A Leap Of Faith
By Tam Yvonne
Leilani Jordan is young, gifted, and blessed. Prophetess of a successful ministry in Charlotte, North Carolina, Leilani is still reeling from the death of her husband, who passed away early in their marriage from prostate cancer.
The emotional scars from that event have quelled Leilani’s desire to love or be loved. That is until she meets Floyd Hamilton, who has been hired as the new keyboardist for the church. Mr. Hamilton’s presence has ignited feelings in Leilani that she thought were long dead and buried with her husband.
Leilani questions if this man is God sent, or is he trouble on the horizon? Leilani is conflicted over her faith and the flesh. She prays that God will guide her path to His will. Is she willing to listen to God and take a leap of faith?
An Unexpected Love For Christmas
In “An Unexpected Love for Christmas,” (sequel to the best-selling novelette, “A Leap of Faith”) Allison is beautiful, spoiled, judgmental, and doesn’t mind making it known that the only way to live, is by her own terms. Although she desires a relationship, any man wanting a second glance from Allison better look even better on paper than he does in person – which automatically eliminates handsome, hard-working Ronald McMurray from her potential list of suitors.
Ronald McMurray’s janitorial business receives a huge contract over the Christmas holidays, which happens to be where Allison’s financial firm is located. More interested in raising his ten-year-old daughter Rolanda, working and upholding his Christian values than casual dating, southern gentleman Ronald isn’t impressed with Allison’s beauty and material success which suits her just fine since he falls short of her strict standards. A long-term relationship with Ronald is out of the question for Allison, until an unexpected encounter changes her life forever. Will Allison allow God to direct her path, or will she get in her own way before true love finds her?
Be Still: 21 Days of Daily Inspirations on Trusting God to Lead You to a Path of Peace
It takes 21 days to break a habit; within these pages are 22 days to set you free!
In Be Still: 21 Days of Daily Inspirations on Trusting God to Lead You to a Path of Peace, best-selling author Tam Yvonne provides insight for women who find themselves questioning their relationships, corporate frustrations, adversity and uncertain futures with wisdom, class, grace and humor. This devotional is light on pages, but heavy on motivation; once they read the first page, readers will find themselves flipping to the next for more! But take your time, read day by day, let the scriptures consume you and laugh as Tam Yvonne doles out lighthearted advice in a powerful prose. 21 days can break a habit – but they can also create a new YOU.