The Transition of She: It's Just A Matter of Time
Protected for Purpose: A Journey to Destiny chronicles the challenging walk of a woman whose faith in God is tested beyond her wildest imagination. Her story, which is divided into two parts, highlights the long-term damaging effects of domestic violence, provides insight into the mind of a suicide survivor and displays the true meaning of inner resilience. A life plagued with substance abuse, molestation, abandonment, and repetitive failures, Katrina was broken in ways that seemed irreparable. Through it all, she found peace in writing. Part one of her memoir takes you on a journey through the valleys, heart-wrenching twists, and emotional turns as she describes the jaw-dropping confessions in each chapter that will leave you speechless. It is a story of a woman that lost her voice through tragedy and in her moment of despair, rekindled her relationship with God; leading her to a place of purpose despite her pain. Today, Katrina focuses on teaching others how to pray amid their pain and encourages them to press through seasons of despair even in darkness. She emphasizes the importance of praying towards your God-Given purpose and most importantly, the necessity of seeking God's protection through all things.
The Transition of SHE: It's Just A Matter Of Time
The Transition of SHE: It's Just A Matter Of Time chronicles the challenging walk of a woman whose faith in God is shaken to pieces when she nearly loses it all and is left with an attempted murder charge for a crime she didn't commit. In this second literary piece of her series, Katrina Chanel exposes the long-term damaging effects of ongoing abuse. Katrina takes you on the journey that led her to attempted suicide and sheds light on the darkness that God used to lead her back to him. Armed with a prophetic promise of marriage, Katrina feels that the tables have finally turned in her favor. It was through God's grace and favor, that she was able to overcome the traps set by the enemy to destroy her destiny, or did she?