April 22, 2016

Accepted Secured Signigicant by Kemley Whiteside - Spotlight, Interview and Giveaway

Published: March 29, 2016
Number of pages: 70
Genre: Self-help

This text is a spiritual and inspirational journey for those drawn away from their purpose by the circumstances of their lives. This book is dedicated to those told they would never amount to anything.

It is for those told they would be just like their mother or father, that they are idiots, mistakes, and failures. It is for the pushed aside and ignored. It is for those under shadow, and for those abused from childhood. It is for the molested, and the ones told that no one loves them and no one ever would. It is for the misled and mistreated. It is for the suicidal. It is for the victims of domestic violence and abusive relationships. It is for those in spiritual bondage, and those who don’t believe in themselves. It is for those suffering from cancer or other diseases. It is for the motherless, fatherless, jobless, and homeless. It is for the depressive and anxious, the lonely and isolated. This book is for the hopeless.

To my brothers and sisters who need a way out: This book was written just for you. It is to polish your existence and your purpose on this earth.

This book was inspired and written by the Holy Spirit to assure you that, as a child of God, you no longer have to feel bound by labels and curses spoken over the course of your life. God wants to reinforce in your heart how valuable you are and how much you mean to Him. He wants you to know that through Him, you are Accepted, Secured, and Significant.

Buy the book: Website

About the author:
Kemley Whiteside is a native of the Republic of Panama, a survivor and overcomer. Kemley resides in the state of New Jersey with her husband and children.

She is ordained to help build by empowering, igniting, and fulfilling people into their purpose. She is a life-coach, mentor, inspiration, motivational speaker, and a minister of the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

She is the survivor of an anxiety disorder, depression, cancer, Lyme disease, domestic violence, and suicide. She is the survivor of physical, emotional, and mental abuse. These obstacles have strengthened her life and her purpose.

She is a woman birthing life to others by embracing them with confidence, and helping them achieve their calling. Kemley Whiteside earned her MA in Pastoral Counseling from Liberty University, and her MBA in Project Management from Ashford University. She holds a BS in Information Technology from Phoenix University and has over fifteen certifications.

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How did you get the idea of your cover for the book?
I had a vision that God had laid in my spirit. I immediately wrote it down with the exact specifics and instructions from God.

What do you think people will get from the book?
I think people will immediately take the book as intimate and personal. They will see themselves through each Chapter of the book, because they will be able to relate with all of the various issues. The other thing I believe will be helpful is that they will be able to apply some of the things to their lives to avoid making those mistakes.

What made you write about your life?When I began writing I had no idea that was the direction I was going. God was leading me as I was writing. There were various intimate things I never thought I would share with the world, but I realized that those intimate things I overcame were supposed to happen so I can share my story. God was directing me to write about my life.

How did you create examples of things you experienced?
Each time I related in my book a specific issue I encountered, I wanted to apply real life solutions. I read books in the past and I realized that I was not receiving answers. I was being spoken to like I was supposed to understand how to solve the problem and that was my inspiration to create examples.

How do you overcome fears?
I take time to meditate and reflect on God’s creations. I spend time understanding that there is an outcome that produces great fruits of the labor at the end. I overcome my fears by believing that if I don’t accomplish the task then I will remain in fear always and that’s not an option. I try to reverse that thought and use fear as a challenge to fulfill my destiny.

Win a print or ebook copy of Accepted, Secured, Signficant: (international)

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