Just how her life of Rolls Royce's and golf course living had come to this, she wasn't sure. But she knew she had to find out.
Discover her Ms. Preston begin her journey for a second chance.
It's a story about redemption and inspiration as she uses it t share spiritual principles gained from her experiences. She also shares the spiritual truths that helped her not only make a successful comeback, but also to exercise her passion for helping people by reaching out to touch the lives of others.
The principles she discovered can help you on your journey to a fulfilling life of purpose and satisfaction. Whether you've been behind bars or are bound by the shackles of poor decisions, this book can help you.
|Publisher:||Quintrell Public Relations|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.60(d)|
About the Author
In September 1988, Marie was tried under the powerful Continuing Criminal Enterprise Act, facing a life sentence without the possibility of parole if convicted. Although the feds failed to convict her of Continuing Criminal Enterprise, she was convicted of four counts of her 23 count indictment and sentenced to 40 years in prison. Marie's life was radically changed and transformed when she united with her Heavenly Father and the true King, Jesus Christ, thereby gaining freedom from incarceration, as well as eternal freedom. Author of the book, "Seven Keys to Spiritual Freedom", Marie now shares her powerful story of redemption and restoration across the country, helping people from all walks of life overcome any challenge through faith. Always an entrepreneur, Marie now owns a lucrative health and wellness direct sales business, and works with the non-profit organization she founded to help former inmates to restore and rebuild their lives.
A native Texan who rose from her humble beginning in Royal Terrace, a rural sub-division in Houston, to become a successful entrepreneur and distinguished Ardyss International Platinum President, Martha Marie Preston moved to inner city Houston as a teenager. The seventh of twelve children, she has devoted her life to helping others and supporting Houston's community organizations. An overcomer who, after spending ten years in federal prison, founded Elite Ladies of Expression, Inc. a non-profit organization in Houston that provides assistance to at-risk youth, incarcerated and recently released females, individuals with mental and physical health problem, and the homeless. Her electrifying personality has aided her in becoming one of the most successful and recognized citizen in Houston.