New Memoir Explores God’s Many Roles In Life

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Micah Ann Duckett discloses her personal relationship with her Savior

Micah Ann Duckett has faced a series of uphill battles from an early age. She was confronted by abuse at school and at home, the sudden loss of a family member and a debilitating attack. Despite the constant hardships, there was also a persistent presence in her life: God. Duckett shares how her Savior guided her through each adversity in “Come As You’re Not: Because God Welcomes You As You Are.”

“Come As You’re Not” is an inspirational read that chronicles Duckett’s traumatic childhood and journey to adulthood. With frank detail, Duckett shares her firsthand experience with child abuse and other obstacles to faith that will resonate with readers. She also recounts God’s unwavering presence in her life, as well as her steadfast faith that her Savior would provide, even when it required He make a masterpiece of her mess.

“It’s one thing to know about God and another to know Him in all the roles he can play in your life, including comforter, strength, protector and sovereign,” Duckett said. “Come As You’re Not shows God in these various roles throughout my life. I hope my personal journey gives people the hope and encouragement to live the hero God meant them to be.”

Her story is one of redemption and forgiveness, demonstrating how a tragic beginning does not foreshadow God’s ultimate plan for your life. For more information, please visit

“Come as You’re Not: Because God Welcomes You As You Are”
By Micah Ann Duckett
ISBN: 9781512782356 (hardcover) 9781512782332 (softcover) 9781512782349 (ebook)
Available at Amazon, Barnes and Noble and Westbow Press

About the author
Micah Ann Duckett carries a strong passion for the written word that she is eager to share. When she is not writing, Duckett serves as a Bible teacher, mentor, public speaker, seminar teacher, and guest worship leader. In her community, she served as the first female president of the Texas City Kiwanis Club, received Rotary’s Paul Harris Fellow award, and was recognized as one of seven Unsung Heroes by a local newspaper.

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