A Certain Woman
Building God’s Kingdom, One Woman at a Time
Tips on becoming a woman of substance and significance
LONGWOOD, FL- Author Sharon C. Talford believes the modern-day woman is searching for ways to be true to herself and to God. Her book A Certain Woman ($8.99, paperback, 1-60034-141-1) offers up a multitude of solutions to accomplish just that. The topic is one Talford knows intimately. She based the book on a number of hardships she had to overcome to become who she is today. A Certain Woman was written to encourage, motivate, and empower the read to move from their comfort zones into their destiny as well as examine their relationship with God.
What does it mean to be “that certain woman”? A Certain Woman holds the answer, offering wisdom and insight that can change your life. It tells how to have a stronger and deeper relationship with God so that you can effectively operate in the Kingdom of God. The book speaks specifically to whom who doubt themselves and their abilities, issuing a call for them to exalt, exhort and enhance God’s Kingdom in this last hour.
Says Talford, “I hope the readers have an eye-opening experience, one that will cause them to see themselves as God does. I pray they will see the importance of having an intimate and sincere relationship with God. I hope the readers will get the nudge they need to move from ordinary to extraordinary and never be afraid to launch out into the deep when it comes to doing the assignments of God.”
Sharon C. Talford serves as a pastor, evangelist, prayer intercessor, radio broadcaster, television hostess and conference speaker with an emphasis on ministry to wounded and broken women. She has learned that God’s Word is effective in every area of life it is believed and applied. As a rescued and restored woman of God, Talford believes there is no greater calling than to serve in His kingdom.
Xulon Press is the world’s largest Christian publisher, with more than 2,700 titles published to date. Retailers may order A Certain Woman through Ingram Book Company and/or Spring Arbor Book Distributors.
Individuals may order by emailing the author at firstname.lastname@example.org.