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Women in Ministry- Minister Keisha Lapsley talks Homeless in the Church

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Pastor Clarissa sits down and speak with Author & Minister Keisha Lapsley about her journey as a woman in ministry.  During this interview, Keisha shares the difficulties that brought her to God and the challenge of learning how to be submissive, after being raised to be strong and independent, yet the lessons she learned in the process, allows her to teach others the importance of learning the power of submission; not just in marriage, but in so many other areas in life.  She also shares how her experiences growing up made it difficult for her to receive love from the church when it was offered, but later found herself "Homeless in the Church."  

Keisha Lapsley is a publisher, writing mentor, screenwriter and CEO of Inherited Kingdom Enterprise LLC. She’s the wife of Retired SFC Douglas Lapsley who share a marriage mentorship ministry together and three children. She graduated from Virginia College with a Certification in Culinary Arts in October 2014.  Inherited Kingdom Enterprise LLC has served their community through mentoring new writers how to write then helping them by publishing for twelve years. Golden Manuscripts Publishing, Flourishing Dunamis Productions, and Short~n~Sweet Creations are the companies under the enterprise.
Through Keisha’s companies they cause author’s books to evolve to greater platforms. She is the Founder of Warriorfied Women and L.O.R.D. (Ladies of Royalty & Dignity). Keisha has published many books and “Homeless: My Favorite Park Bench”, “Jesus the Janitor”, “Handcrafted” and “Stop Wasting Your Business Dollars” are just a few among them. She has upcoming books coming out by the end of the year, such as, “Gem of a Lady”, “A Love Worth Waiting For” and “Daniel: The Father’s Call” and a play called, “This Time Next Year”.

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