Memoirs of Two Wives' Tales

Memoirs of Two Wives' Tales : A Divine Call to Wifehood

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This book is for single women who desire marriage, women engaged to be married, and married women. Married women will be encouraged and empowered. Single women will learn something about themselves in order to be prepared for marriage. Engaged women will learn how to be prepared for the journey, job, and position of wifehood. One day of fun can turn into a life full of pain if we are not carefully prepared! Are you fully prepared to accept your call to wifehood?show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 84 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 4.83mm | 181.44g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1514192969
  • 9781514192962

About Mrs Coleman

Mrs. Coleman is a wife, daughter, sister, niece, aunt, God-Mother and entrepreneur. Named in honor of her maternal grandmother, Mrs. Coleman was born and raised on the South Side of Chicago, Illinois in the Chatham Community. Mrs. Coleman was born to two loving parents and is the middle child of three children and the only girl. Mrs. Coleman has overcome many obstacles, life altering changes and stereotypes for a woman of her caliber. Overcoming each obstacle, challenge, and stereotype has inspired her to give back and share even more. Mrs. Coleman has embraced her gifts, and her calling. Mrs. Coleman is very passionate about creating and gift-giving and determined to be a vessel and a voice of survival and perseverance "For his glory." Mrs. White is a woman who adores, magnifies, and worships Jesus Christ as her personal Lord and Savior. She is a devoted wife and mother. She is a business owner who prides herself on doing all things through Christ who strengthens her. Mrs. White wants her life to be pleasing to God and while her life has not been easy she knows if it was not for God...where would she be. Mrs. White does not proclaim herself to be a perfect Christian or person. She knows that she needs to kill her flesh and her will daily. She is not afraid of her ugly truth because she knows there is no testimony without a test. Her dream is to get to heaven and know she has used all of her God-given gifts while on earth for God's glory and completed every God-given assignment leaving God pleased with her more