“Most people frown on women being in a pastoral position, but I have learned not to be a people pleaser. I have watched God perform many miracles and stand completely in awe of His glorious grace.
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (PRWEB) June 27, 2013
Leading others starts with believing in yourself.
As female pastor in the South who endured a difficult upbringing, Melinda J. Abersold had to learn early how to meet life challenges head on.
Compelled to share her inspiring messages with others who may be struggling through life, Abersold pens new novel, "The Crooked Path."
"I come from a broken home and watched my family struggle, but I always had somebody in my life that trusted in God," Abersold says. "I am who I am today because of the dark valleys."
Inspired by the lessons Abersold has learned in her own life, "The Crooked Path" is full of inspiring messages that everyone can relate to.
Writing from the heart and her love of leading others, Abersold provides hope and a positive outlook on life through her new book.
"Most people frown on women being in a pastoral position, but I have learned not to be a people pleaser," Abersold says. "I have watched God perform many miracles and stand completely in awe of His glorious grace."
"The Crooked Path: Book One The Women in Faith Series" by Melinda J. Abersold
Available at amazon.com, barnesandnoble.com and melindajabersold.com
About the author
Melinda J. Abersold graduated from Lighthouse Christian Bible College in Beebe, Ark., with a degree in Christian education. Abersold and her husband, Silas, started Shiloh House of Peace and they currently co-pastor a non-denominational church in Enterprise, Ala. She also conducts a 30-minute program on a local radio station, 101.1 FM, that also streams online at weevil101.com.