"The book you hold in your hand is a compilation of every emotion and trial one can experience in life. However, it is written in a way that everyone, even those who have not been touched by God's Spirit, will connect to the message being discussed.
This book paints a reflection of each individual as a piece of the puzzle creating their own destiny and describes how you can reframe disappointments. Reading this book is like chatting with an old friend. Thank you for this gift, Paula. It touched my heart and brought me an abundance of JOY!"
Debra Warner, Psy.D.
Professor and Host of "Dr. Debra's Q&A"
This book is unique in the sense that it was written from the point of view of someone who grew up in church, did church things, got visitations from God, knew the word of God but was unwilling to surrender completely to God. It delves deep into the life of what it means to be a church girl, explores the hardship endured and exposes the flawed humanity of those we call Christians. It also points to the fact that God is holy and holiness is proof the believer has undergone complete transformation. Obedience to God is key to living a joyful life. Many people live lives absent of joy because they are unwilling to surrender to God & release the past. The only way to have true joy is to let go.
Paula Bobb is a minister of the gospel and wife of founder and senior pastor Tyrone Bobb of T.A.B. Ministries, Toronto, Canada. She serves as an evangelist, missionary, and worship leader and is passionate about God and evangelizing the gospel through local and international outreach ministries. She received the Life Changers Club International's woman of influence award in 2020 in recognition of over seven years of service to the community. She loves the arts and works as an actress and model in various films, television and print advertisements. She loves travelling, reading, spending quality time with family and treasures quiet times of reflection. She wishes to inspire anyone who thinks their upbringing, circumstances, and education disqualifies them from fulfilling their God-given destiny.