Did you know I have a journal titled, HERoine Addict? No, not the drug, but the HERoine you’re destined to be. The woman who is admired by others, who is held in high regard, who is favorable and filled with courage. The woman who is honorable and of good quality.
HERoine – a woman admired or idealized for her courage, outstanding achievements or noble qualities.
In this journal, we’ve taken the word HERoine and broken it down, explaining the meaning of each word and how they relate to you.
H – Habitable
E – Embody
R – Refine
O – Outward
I – Inward
N – Notwithstanding
E – Effectual
When they are broken down, they may not mean much, yet together they help you become addicted to YOU … the HERoine!
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I’m Not Crazy is the first book that I have read written by the author Lakisha Johnson. The main character of the story is Savannah Graft. Her life was beautiful until depression hit her. She is a mother of two kids and wife of her husband Pastor Shane.
Mental Health is an issue that people avoid to discuss but with proper care and help, one can easily overcome it. Savannah’s not sleeping, eating barely and her changing moods made Pastor worried.
The depression that Savannah was having is the Postpartum Depression. It is a serious mood disorder. But the good thing is that it is treatable.
This book involves various definitions and is insightful. One may get to know a lot about Postpartum Depression and the behavior of one who is suffering from it. This book is an eye…
Have you ever wondered what women in the Bible would be like today? How they would act, think, talk and dress?
Bible Chicks is a collection of short stories depicting the lives of some courageous biblical women who had the honor of being among few women mentioned in the sacred text. Their stories are written from today’s perspective yet they stay true to the biblical heritage.
It is our hope, by ‘updating’ their stories, you will get a better understanding of each of the women chosen.
Book one by Khara Campbell features Woman with the issue of blood, Rahab, Leah and Tamar. Get it here!
Book two by Lakisha, the Author features Gomer, Hannah and Jezebel. Get it here!
In 2012, after I’d been penning devotionals to this blog, God gave me the authority to create a printed devotional titled Doses of Devotion. It was my very first Christian Devotional and I am very proud of it. I believe it, like the many fiction books God and I have created, has helped many.
On last week God said it was time for it to be revised. The name is still the same but the content is different. In this revision, I’ve included prescriptions of Faith, Strength, Courage and Obedience for those times you need something a doctor can’t give.
I recognized the need for the revision because my work in ministry has changed and so has my writing. This is something I can’t take credit for because it’s been ALL GOD. You know what I say, “It isn’t just writing, it’s ministry,” because it is.
And it is my prayer, through this devotional, you’ll find the strength to press on because it could be the right Doses of Devotion to urge you to try again. Below, for an inside look, download the first 15 pages of the devotional and if desire the full book, the link is included.
For those of you who want to bypass the sample, you can get your ebook version HERE for $2 or download it with Kindle Unlimited. Paperbacks will be available by Wednesday.
Imagine waking up one day different. You can’t explain it, but something just isn’t right. One minute you’re happy and the next sad. One moment you’re loving and the next angry. The voices you hear, the different moods you experience and the sad looks in people’s eyes makes you wonder if you’re losing your mind.
For Savannah Graft, she’s been dealt some heavy blows in her lifetime, but has managed to overcome them. Now, happily married to her husband, Pastor Shane Graft, mother to Kennedi and Baby Shane, First Lady of Victory Temple and the owner of SG Graphics; life is good.
Until one morning, she woke up different. She isn’t herself, yet she can’t see it. She recognizes something is wrong, but she can’t explain it. All she knows and continually says, I’m not crazy. Truthfully, she isn’t she’s depressed.
In this book, we begin a conversation to peel back the layers of postpartum depression, in the home and in the church. Although this is a work of fiction, every day somebody is dealing with the effects of mental illness and depression. In the church they tell you to pray and fast more. In the world, people say you’ll be okay, but how do they know.
Read Savannah’s story to see if she finally admits to needing help or will she continually hide from fear of herself, judgment or ridicule.