New York (PRWEB) August 28, 2013
Life is filled with opportunities to grow and learn. Life lessons can sometimes come from positive experiences but other times they are realized through pain and hardship. In her new book, Could God Use Me Over Everything I Have Done?, Desiree Mallisham shares a powerful testimony of how she was able to find strength to face the obstacles in her life. Her honest and deeply moving memoir is a glimpse into a journey riddled with difficulty but more importantly it is one about redemption and the grace of God.
Could God Use Me Over Everything I Have Done? follows the author’s journey through successive phases in her life. With courage and candor she recalls the dark episodes that tested her spirit, giving voice to the darkness that comes during times of vulnerability but most of all she celebrates the moments of hope, light and the everlasting grace that she found in the Almighty. Mallisham’s story will resonate with the hearts of others who, like her, struggled with a dark past.
“God has given me the inspiration to write this book, because there might be someone out there went or going through this same struggle and they must know that if they surrender to God he can release them and move them from that place to where he wants them to be,” Mallisham said.
Compelling and insightful, Could God Use Me Over Everything I Have Done? is both an extraordinary true story of a woman’s quest for redemption and a triumphant testament of faith, love and grace.
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About the Author
Desiree Mallisham was born in Georgetown, Guyana. Most of her childhood years were spent in Georgetown. She migrated to the United States to further her education. She worked at the Brookings Institute in Washington, DC and also in the Social Services field in South Carolina and New Jersey. She has three children, Martin Lamar and Nicole.
Could God Use Me Over Everything I Have Done? * by Desiree Mallisham
Publication Date: July 3, 2013
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