Books: Present and Future

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She Builds a Vineyard: A Single Parent's Transformational Journey

2010 Release
She Builds a Vineyard: A Single Parenting Transformational Journey 2nd Edition Do you feel like no one understands your struggle as a person, a woman, or a parent? Do you often wonder if God will answer your prayers as you try to make your life better for yourself and your family?

Among many life lessons this book gives, it will…
• Help you draw strength from your past as you move toward
your promising future.
• Usher divine order to your steps in life as you listen to God
• Encourage a spiritual relationship with your child.
• Offer spiritual insight and direction to improve your life beyond
your own efforts
• Transform one’s life to the fullest as God calls it to be

This true inspirational story exemplifies the struggle of a single parent who makes a stable life for herself and her son, with God on their side. After dropping out of college due to her pregnancy, she descended to a life of poverty and welfare. She paralleled her life experiences with the Biblical account of Hagar, a story that holds similarities with the experience of a single mother. Determined to succeed in her own way, it was through faith and redemption where she gained divine insight and direction to improve her life beyond her own efforts, as she built her vineyard. As her story unfolds, we see God gradually transforming her life into one of peace with herself, her child and the world. All single parents and others who seek faith and hope for a better life must read her story.

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She Builds a Vineyard: A Single Parent Struggle to Survive -1st ed.
She Builds a Vineyard: A Single Parent’s Struggle to Survive
1st Edition

She Builds a Vineyard: A Single Parent’s Struggle to Survive is a spiritual autobiography that exemplifies the struggle of a single parent who makes a stable life for herself and her son, with God on their side. Rev. Hawkins parallels her life with the biblical story of Hagar and captures the dialogue between God and Hagar as a single parent. She reveals her constant fight with God through the years of being determined to succeed in life in her own way. However, through faith and redemption, she gains divine insights and directions to improve her life beyond her own efforts.

Among many of her struggles, she reflects on her childhood challenges, her son’s near death experience, her battle with depression, obtaining support systems, lacking parenting skills, and her call into ministry. With God’s provision, she obtains social, financial, emotional, physical and spiritual stability.

Finally, her story shows God gradually transforming her into a life of peace with herself, her child and the world.

She Builds a Vineyard:
A Single Parent’s Struggle to Survive
$16.95 S/H $5.00

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3rd Frontcover1226 Journal copyShe Builds a Vineyard – Journal is great to use as a therapeutic tool to reflect, explore, and enhance oneself as one grows in their relationship with God, themselves, their children, and others.

The Journal guides you to be aware of God transforming your life, even during difficult moments. It is a great tool for individual and group study.

$15.95 S/H $5.00
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Ask about the Vineyard Collection
$25 Both S/H $7.00
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How to Deal with a Nagging Single Parent Mother_edited-32010 Release
How to Deal with a Nagging Single Parent Mother
by W. Rayvon Hawkins

W. Rayvon Hawkins shares his experience being a child in a single parent home. He uplifts the pros and cons while offering advice to help children of single moms.

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