Milwaukee, WI (PRWEB) June 8, 2010
Using scripture and verse, High attempts to demonstrate how she incorporates God in her daily life by "letting go" and allowing Jesus Christ and the scriptures to be her guide through the days, months and years. She has lived her life as she felt Christ would desire her to and the reader will observe High's ability to utilize the scriptures for everyday living.
In "Bring It On," Evaughn informs the reader of her first encounter with her future husband and the events that helped him become a beacon of light in High's life. Through her faith she brought John to church and saw him become a man she could see herself dating and eventually marrying.
Beginning a new life together with John brought different experiences into Evaughn's life. While living in Hawaii with her husband she found she wanted more direction in her life and after listening to the words of Dr. Wayne E. Anderson, she found the way.
Five years after returning from Hawaii, Evaughn and John began their own ministry, and together they have begun to say "Bring It On: I Want My Stuff."