It will take you to a place deep within yourself if you have gone through anything in life. You will be able to find yourself within these pages.
A very compassionate and touching story about the feelings and emotions that are involved during the tearing and separation of a marriage. You will experience when it comes to hurt and pain we're all the same Christians or not this is what connect us as women.
Lucille Ankum uses her personal experiences as she express how she made it through the storms of a rocky divorce. This book will awakening you and provides healing for your soul.
She will capture your heart in a way that's unforgettable. It is meant to minister, encourage and help mend the brokenness and take you to a place of total serenity. Each step will remind you of its title: you are going to make it!
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About the Author
Born in Alabama, she has traveled and lived in several different states, but has now found her way back home. From her teenage years, she recalled writing love letters for close friends. Her book focuses on the lives of women coming out of challenging relationships, mainly divorces. Lucille's writing is not limited to just this type of self-help. Some of her favorite writing includes allegory and short stories. She also enjoys reaching out to women in prison, where she served as a volunteer prayer counselor.
While assisting with Bible study groups in youth centers, she aided in winning 45 young girls to Christ all, under the age of 21.
Lucille is the CEO of her elderly home business, Candlelight Compassions, in her home town. She still awaits any and every opportunity to share the Gospel and to see the lives of people changed. She also enjoys being at home again, where she was raised as a little girl. She remembers this is where it all started in a small little town surrounded by a lot of love and a lot of memories.
"I started this book in 2002 at the age of 47," says Lucille. "I'm now 58 and published. I mention this to note that it's never too late to walk in your dream, no matter what it is - as long as you give God all the glory."