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This book examines the spiritual history and God-ordained destiny of African-American women. It is designed to provide an understanding that will enable "us" to participate in turning the tide of evil in our families, cities, and nation.
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Rebecca Osaigbovo is founder and director of Chosen Vessels Ministries, Inc., a nonprofit outreach organization that focuses on leadership training, prison ministry, and challenging and inspiring women to be agents of change in their families, workplaces and communities. She also speaks at churches and conferences on prayer, spiritual growth, women in ministry and overcoming adversity. She lives in Michigan.Review:
"Rebecca Osaigbovo has broken the long silence of African American women. . . . In Chosen Vessels we hear a voice from the inside. . . . In this book Rebecca provides a road other women can follow in helping to restore the black family to a biblical foundation." (From the Foreword by Dr. John M. Perkins)
"I believe this book will be a tremendous blessing and source of inspiration for all who read it." (Dr. Myles Munroe, author of Understanding the Purpose and Power of Women)
"Chosen Vessels gripped my heart like no other book. Rebecca Osaigbovo has tackled a topic most of us like to overlook, disregard or make invisible. . . . This book brings women face to face with commonsense, biblical answers for breaking free from cultural, racial and religious bondage. While Chosen Vessels is targeted to women of color, every Christian woman should read this book. Rebecca challenges all of us to embrace the fact that we are a chosen vessel so we can be free to become the woman God wants us to be." (Carol Kent, speaker and author of Becoming a Woman of Influence (NavPress))
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Book Description Dabar Services, 1993. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX1880560577
Book Description Dabar Services, 1993. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1880560577