The Truth About the Lie I Live provides lessons for youth, young adults, and women's and men's ministries. It broadens our boundaries to focus on the good that comes from bad situations when the focus remains on God's destiny for our lives. The angelic exposure of the characters offers an opportunity for us to free ourselves from caged up thinking so that we may bask into a new threshold of liberated wisdom. Sometimes living outside of the lie is difficult, but necessary. Not all friends have friend-like behavior; not all enemies hurt. Some enemies offer support to unanswered questions. The short stories in this book penetrate the trouble spots of life which provide a way for our hearts to feel God's warmth. Come fold your personal experiences into the mix of digestible characters that promote the search for purposeful answers.
|Publisher:||Saint Paul Press|
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.40(h) x 0.60(d)|
About the Author
C. NaTasha Richburg has been married to her husband Melvin for over 26 years. She is the mother of four children. Mrs. Richburg is a preacher, teacher, and speaker positioned to bring forth illustrations in her short stories that allows us to find a reflection of peace in the middle of life’s storms. Mrs. Richburg has a Masters of Business Administration from Morgan State University and a Masters in Information Systems from Johns Hopkins University. She has attended, and completed many courses at St. Mary’s Seminary in Baltimore. Mrs. Richburg is currently attending Morgan State University in pursuit of a Doctorate in Urban Leadership Education. Mrs. Richburg professes Proverbs 24:5 (KJV) which says: "[a] wise man is strong; yea a man of knowledge increaseth strength."