Sherrie Rice Smith, R.N and Charity Kayembe, Ph.D.
True Potential welcomes Sherrie Rice Smith, R.N and Charity Kayembe, Ph.D. authors of EFT for Christians: Tapping into God’s Peace & Joy. The manuscript has already received endorsements from the natural health and ministerial communities.
“I read [this] extraordinary book in two sittings. Although I have been a practitioner, teacher, and author of EFT for nearly 20 years, I increased my knowledge, understanding, faith, and gratitude for this amazing God-given tool so much more by reading this wonderful book! Sherrie expertly explains the science, physiology, psychology, and related faith based principles that are the synergistic wholeness of EFT. The case examples were superb. This book will be helpful to Christians and non-Christians alike to gain a uniquely personal understanding of their internal and external world and how to make it much better through EFT.” Dr. Kathleen A. Rick, BMS, MA, ACHt., EFT-Cert., CECP, DD; San Diego, CA
“As a pastor and coach I have discovered various healing modalities that the Holy Spirit uses for our healing. I have used EFT many times within my ministry and coaching practice to help bring about God’s peace and direction for those who are hurting. I am extremely pleased that this book and the EFT discipline is now being made available to God’s people.” Rev. Kymberley Clemons-Jones, MSEd, M.Div. Pastor Valley Stream Presbyterian Church, Valley Stream, NY
Stephanie Nicole Hall
Also signing a publishing agreement for Free to Be You: Intimacy With God and Living the Life You Were Made For is author and blogger Stephanie Nicole Hall. Stephanie works with YWAM (Youth With A Mission) in Sligo Ireland and writes for an increasingly popular blog, “Stephnic’s Ramblings” (https://stephnicsramblings.wordpress.com/). Free to Be You uses J. R. R. Tolkien’s popular Lord of the Rings trilogy and her own life story as analogies for finding identity and purpose. In this book Stephanie develops the four I’s that are crucial in reaching our full potential: Intimacy, Identity, Intention, and Integration.
Habitat for Humanity Executive Director, Darlene Nixon is putting the final touches on The Condition of Living, a novel based on the Habitat For Humanity experience. Sneak peeks of excerpts from the upcoming book can be found at http://hisvisionworks.weebly.com/blog-on-condition-of-living. The Condition of Living, expected to release in time for World Habitat Day on October 5, is Darlene’s second book. Her first novel, Singing Down the Preacher was published by American Star in 2011.
True Potential welcomes these authors. We’re excited about their future the success of these upcoming titles.