Right now there is someone undoubtably overwhelmed and vulnerable to "what ifs" as the new year forth comes. There are many outlets you can gravitate to when you are unsure about your journey or needing some enlightenment about fulfilling your endeavors in the near future. Here are five insightful authors who are lead by faith and the will power to pull fear out of your mind and push hope into every breathing being for a promising 2019.
See What You Believe Discerning The Invisible- Kenya R. Gary
If the title of the book doesn't reel you in, the pages between the binding definitely will. Mother, minister and author Kenya R. Gary delivers a charm to help you see the vision behind your natural eye. It's about seeing with your faith, letting the spirit of God lead you as you strategize and become intentional in pursuing your goals.
Wake Up: 31 Days To Awaken Your Greater You- J.T. Johnson
How often do you hit the alarm clock and immediately go into panic mode from the thought of what you have to do through out the entire day? Pastor, father and entrepreneur J. T. Johnson has put together a day-by-day source to assist you in reaching your greatest potential each day, week, month and year. If you are wanting to life your "best life" and to put an end to negativity, stress and anxiety, this one is for you.
The Adventures of Little Leroy: Things That go Bump in The Night- Pamela Wade, Illustrated By: Melanie Crawford
Kids experience tough changes sometimes just like adults and through reading, they may be able to find a story they might can identify with as well as discover healing. Author and actress Pamela Wade unlocks the mind of children through Little Leroy and his friends adventures surrounding a spooky and unexplainable event centered around the death of their neighbor.
Mommy, Will You Play with Me?- Tierashia Adair
AMOL (A Message of Love) founder, mother and teacher Tierashia Adair presents a book for the entire family to read together. Do you find yourself so busy being a provider and not really allotting the time out you might desire to sit with your kids to read or even getting to know them in a different way? This book could be a useful tool in starting 2019 on the right path at dedicating one-on-one time with your children. It's an advocate for parent-child relationship promoting a healthy way to heal and build as a family.
White Like Her: My Family's Story of Race and Racial Passing- Gail Lukasik, Phd & Foreword by Kenyatta D. Berry
As seen on PBS' Genealogy Roadshow comes a moving story of Gail Lukasik’s mother’s racial passing, her struggle with the shame of her mother’s choice, her subsequent journey of self-discovery and redemption. This book gets personal when it comes to the complexity of race in America, it's a sheer look into the Jim Crow South. There are many interpretations of lessons that could be extracted from reading about Gail's discovery of her mother's passing linked back to eighteenth-century colonial Louisiana.