Order, Organize and Obedience is a tale spanning four decades of my journey with God to find order in the chaos of my life. It begins in August of 1979, as I’m returning to DC from Austin, Texas, after only five months. I will take you through my life in Corporate America, into my life as a wife and mother and all that I learned along the way. I had always known of God, but I never really knew God truly for myself. Over time, I have realized that my steps have always been ordered by Him through the good times and the bad. This can especially be seen as I recount the Lord orchestrated my leap of faith culminating in the birth of Order Your Steps. Order Your Steps was not only a business, but a ministry that God had ordained for me. He has not only allowed me to share God-given gifts and talents, but to also be able to share His Word through my testimony, which you will find in these pages. As we explore what an organized life may look like, I hope that this book will help you to see how your steps may be ordered in the midst of your chaos. So please join me on my journey of Order, Organize and Obedience, with all the twists and turns, up and downs. As a bonus, there's organizing tips too. I pray that you enjoy the journey!
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About the Author
Evangelist Candy H. Speight spent 32 years at Xerox Corporation, as a Field Technical Service Manager, retiring in 2011 and founded “Order Your Steps”, a spiritual based professional organizing business/ministry. She has been given a God-given gift of organizing and administration. Order Your Steps has given her the opportunity to not only organize peoples’ stuff, but to help them to establish order in other aspects of their lives. This ministry has also allowed her to use social media to connect with people all over world to speak a word of encouragement and spread God's Word. Her journey of writing “Order, Organize and Obedience” began in 2012, when she started journaling her experiences in her blog, Finding Order in Chaos. Then in late 2018, the Lord laid it on her heart to turn her experiences into a book and here we are. Candy has been married for 34 years to Deacon Kurt L. Speight. She has three (3) grown children and 4 grandchildren. The steps of a good man [woman] are ordered by the LORD, and He delights in his way. Psalms 37:23