Love Letters to God : A 30 Day Devotional for the Woman After God's Heart
Love Letters to God is for the woman that never felt worthy enough to talk to God. It is for the woman that longs to talk to Daddy on her level and have an intimate relationship with Him. Over the next thirty days, you will discover how to talk to Daddy and be transparent with Him. I challenge you to discover your voice in Him and write your own love letters to Daddy. You are worthy of His love. You are worthy of His blessings. You are worthy of a relationship with Him.
- Paperback | 76 pages
- 152 x 229 x 5mm | 122g
- 02 Aug 2015
- United States
- black & white illustrations
About Santresa Marie Wilkins
Santresa Marie is the CEO and founder of Santresa Marie Enterprises, formerly Destined Daughters. She has a passion for girls and young women who are fighting for their voice in a world filled with chaos. She is a champion for girls and young women and strives to empower them for success. Santresa challenges them to take responsibility for their lives, holds them accountable and creates a conducive atmosphere for girls and young women to be who God created them to be. In September 2012, Santresa founded Destined Daughters and held seminars for women. She revamped the vision in early 2015 and Santresa Marie Enterprises was born. As a result, she held the first annual I Am More Girls Conference in May 2015. Santresa is also the author of Loving Me First which debuted in May 2013 and has impacted the lives of girls and women around the world. Her out of the box personality and no nonsense approach to life is personified from her demeanor to her personal style. Santresa is constantly pouring out to others what God poured into her. She has a B.S.B.A. in Marketing Management and a Minor in Communications and is a certified Career Development Facilitator and Career Coach. Santresa is the mother of one amazing daughter, Sydnee, the godmother to Briah Robinson, Reese to her bonus sons, Bryson and Tryston, and a mom, big sister, mentor, friend or whatever her students need her to be.