Brenda M. Christy, author of Superlative Soul or Nefarious Soul
Brenda M. Christy was born and raised in the small town of Fairmont, West Virginia, which is also the hometown of 1984 gymnastics Olympic gold medalist, Mary Lou Retton. Brenda began her policing career in 1987 with the Myrtle Beach Police Department and held the rank of Police Investigator from 1999 until 2007. She retired from the Myrtle Beach Police Department in 2012.
Superlative Soul or Nefarious Soul is an account of one female police veteran’s fight against workplace discrimination and retaliation; after losing her rank, a portion of her salary and exhausting all of her administrative remedies, she filed a lawsuit against her employer, which resulted in a five-year litigation process. Throughout the duration of the legal process, she continued as a police officer and witnessed people, at all levels, sacrificing their souls as a survival tactic, for some type of achievement or simply as a means to blame others. In the latter part of her career, she went through a series of difficult and painful adversities that helped change her and her beliefs. As her faith grew in the midst of her hardships, she had a number of ah-ha moments, one of which was identifying your soul as a gift from God that should be valued. Trusting God in every circumstance is essential as the end of her law enforcement career and the outcome of her lawsuit far exceeded her greatest expectations.
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