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Soul Talk and Soul Bearer Showcase with Cheryl Polote-Williamson

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Soul Talk: Twenty Soul-Stirring Stories of Women Who Let Go and Let God

The twenty women in this bold and holy anthology are living testaments to the glory that God’s will, purpose, and plan will bring transformation to your life, if only you would let go and let God.

In each chapter of Soul Talk, the authors share their unique story, along with scriptures and reflections that will teach women how to develop trust, surrender and communicate with God. Most, if not all, of these authors are flawed and imperfect, having suffered through sexual and domestic abuse, toxic relationships, financial strife, loss of a loved one, and other adversities that are no strangers to many of us. Still, no matter how far they strayed from faith or how overwhelming their circumstances, these stories share one truth: In God, there is always restoration and a life renewed.

 

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Soul Bearer: 9 Soul-Hearted Conversations from Men Sharing Their Unspoken Truths

In yet another bold anthology, bestselling author and compiler Cheryl Polote-Williamson brings us the Godly and redemptive testimonies of nine men who, having overcome their own trials, now share their valuable lessons with you. These pages offer a rarity that is often neglected by society: A safe and welcoming space where men can openly express their emotions, share their fears and failures, and join hands with other men in celebrating God’s purpose for them, all without judgment or ridicule. Topics here are varied and relatable, discussing experiences that are both common and rare, from sports careers and military life to family and health.

Soul Bearer, being not only a book of personal essays but one of encouragement and faith, invites men everywhere to hide their pain or concerns no longer and to allow others to grow from their journeys.

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