We all have a purpose and so many of us have never been valued to the depth of our greatest potential. My story inspires people with hope, deliverance, wisdom and victory.
PUEBLO, Colo. (PRWEB) May 16, 2013
When LaNette Shipley got the call that her homeless brother had been severely burned from a fire while trying to keep warm, she was devastated and heartbroken. Three weeks later, her brother would die from the injuries. He had lived on the streets of their hometown for over 15 years. One year prior, her younger brother who suffered from mental illness due to neurological trauma died suddenly. Inspired by these tragedies and the fact that she was once a victim of domestic violence and a mother at 16, Shipley became motivated to share her story in her new book “Living Against Our Will: Rescued in the Will of God” (published by WestBow Press).
Shipley’s hope is to help people who also face seemingly dark generational curses, emotional dysfunction, alcoholism and addictions. “I utilize my testimony in correlation with my education in psychology and Christian counseling to help individuals see how evident spiritual warfare is,” she states.
As she details in “Living Against Our Will: Rescued in the Will of God,” Shipley, determined to protect her children and strengthened by her faith in God, broke away from the historical legacy of domestic violence and alcoholism.
“In my story, I demonstrate how powerful Jesus Christ is and show the restoration of being reunited with the creator of our destiny,” she says. “We all have a purpose and so many of us have never been valued to the depth of our greatest potential. My story inspires people with hope, deliverance, wisdom and victory.”
“Living Against Our Will: Rescued in the Will of God”
By LaNette Shipley
Hardcover | 6 x 9in | 184 pages | ISBN 9 781449783068
Softcover | 6 x 9in | 184 pages | ISBN 9 781449783051
E-Book | 184 pages | ISBN 9 781449783044
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
LaNette Lords Shipley is co-founder of Darkness2Light with her husband Ron of 25 years. Their ministry focuses on helping victims of domestic violence, homelessness and human trafficking, as well as struggling women and families. “Living Against Our Will: Rescued in the Will of God” is also written for counselors, therapists, pastors, teachers, parents and caregivers to aid in the healing and restoration of hurting and broken individuals.
Shipley is an author, speaker and singer and has recorded three album projects, written two books and has worked with troubled youth for over 15 years. She desires to donate the book to correction facilities, shelters and rehabilitation centers. More information can be found at http://www.lanetteshipley.com.
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