Black Authors: Patricia Gault – I DO, I DO, I DO, LOVE ALWAYS WINS

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Experiencing ups and downs in your marriage? Marriage in general has highs and lows. In I do, I do, I do, Love always wins, by Patricia Gault, is a love story that has twists and turns! It is a personal testimony about how God restored Pat’s marriage.

I Do; I Do; I Do falls into the testimony book genre. It is a memoir, a powerful story of love and forgiveness in the midst of betrayal and heartache. It is written primarily from a wife’s perspective. The strength of this book is the story itself of marriage restoration – all the more amazing because it is true.
This book is intended for those who find their marriages are in trouble, but who still love their spouses, and wish to find an alternative route to the finality of divorce …  also if divorce has already taken place – this book is for you. And this book is to give hope to those who are in despair – whether you are people of great faith, of little faith, or of no faith at all.
I am still confident of this:
I will see the goodness of the LORD in the land of the living. Wait for the LORD. Be strong and take heart. Wait for the Lord. (Ps. 27:13-14)
These verses have been marked in my Bible over eleven times within a period of twenty years.
God’s promises are worth waiting for, even when His timetable doesn’t match our own expectation or desires.

– Extract from I do, I do, I do, Patricia Gault

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Black Authors: Kennedy Tajudeen – Freedom From Fear

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If you want to break free from fear read Freedom from Fear by Kennedy R. Tajudeen who delves into how to break free from the bondage that Fear has over our lives; and to live in God’s truth!

Here is an extract from the book:

On January 19, 2010 while Ghana was enjoying her usual atmosphere of peace and tranquility, suddenly, there was a rumor of imminent earthquakes. Within a twinkle of an eye the news had spread around the streets, corners and communities of our nation. Everybody was engulfed with the fear of death, loss of goods and property. Nobody found comfort anymore in the comfort of their homes. Most Christians left their homes and resolved to live in their church premises to escape the devastation of the earthquakes. Those believers did not realize that safety and protection from the troubles of life is not in any church building but in Jesus Christ and in Him alone.


“He that dwelleth in the secret place of the Most High shall abide under the shadow of the Almighty. I will say of the LORD, He is my refuge and my fortress: my God; in him will I trust. Surely, he shall deliver thee from the snare of the fowler, and from the noisome pestilence. He shall cover thee with his feathers, and under his wings shalt thou trust: his truth shall be thy shield and buckler. Thou shalt not be afraid for the terror by night; nor for the arrow that flieth by day; Nor for the pestilence that walketh in darkness; nor for the destruction that wasteth at noonday” (Psalms 91:1-6).

These verses of scripture clearly explain the truth about the PLACE of safety and protection. There is a place called the SECRET PLACE of the Most High God. In that secret place, God provides safety, deliverance, protection, and security for those who trust in HIM. That SECRET PLACE is Jesus Christ who is the embodiment of truth (Psalms 91:4). David said, “God’s truth shall be his shield and buckler; that truth also represents God’s word. His word, the Bible, is the only truth.”
“Jesus saith unto him, I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me” (John 14:6).
Jesus openly declared in this verse that He is the truth and not a truth.

– Extract from Freedom of Fear, Kennedy R. Tajudeen


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Black Authors: Helen Aigbe-Joseph – Let The Healer In

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‘Let The Healer In’ delves into God’s comfort during times of Hardship, depression and despair! Book written by Helen Aigbe-Joseph.

Helen has been a Christian for many years and is passionate about helping people find the comfort of God. Following the death of her still born daughter Ruth in 1993, she has carried a passion to reach other people with the comfort the comfort she received from God. She is in Ministry working with women, widows, young people and people in grief. She has a diploma in Pastoral Care Counselling. While in Canada, she published Beyond Bereavement: The Ministry and Power of the Widow in the Church which she has now revised as Let the Healer in. She is married to Rev Kingsley with three daughters, Stephanie, Salome and Daisy.

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Black Authors: Christine Emelone – His Grace is Enough

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‘His Grace is Enough’ explores how lasting joy and peace are found in who we are in Christ and what this means for us. It reminds us that we have been specially chosen by God to serve and glorify Him in everything we do. Written by Christine Emelone.

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You might also like her book on Love, God & Relationships. It explores the reasons why it is important to put God first in your life and the different ways you are able to honour Him. This book encapsulates how living for God is not always easy but there are reasons why it is worth it.
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Black Authors: Lisa Llunga – Life Happens

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Life Happens by the author Lisa Ilunga

Through ups and downs we go through in life, things might get really tough that we find ourselves stuck, confused and lost and choose to stay like that by fear of what might come next. Birthed from a personal life experiences, this book aims to encourage today youth to, no matter what, keep up with the race of life with Jesus being our foundation and God our provider.

“Just days before, I found myself wondering several questions about life and I struggle to face the sunlight with hope that , although it might be hot out there, the freshness of the evening will end up coming by. And yet, out of nowhere, in a most unexpected way, I learned of the death of two people I used to know, to see, to talk to. I remember stopping and asking myself what was happening, what was going to happen next, who was next, when was next and how was next going to be. It is funny to see how we, most of the time, think we still have time, forgetting that , time never has a friend. We reschedule for tomorrow our happiness, our mission, our ministry and even the people we are to reach, thinking we own tomorrow but what if tomorrow never come, what if tomorrow was to show up with half of the people we know, what if tomorrow was to show up with half of the opportunities we have today, what if tomorrow was to come with different circumstances, what if tomorrow was to show us without us..”
Written by Lisa Lunga

She says:

“This book comes as a result of trusting God and believing that His Word is the only comfort zone on which we can rely and this qualifies me to present myself as an author for far from any degree or system qualification that one might want to prove through an achievement, I am just a disciple wanting to spread God’s word and glorify Jesus through it all.”

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Black Authors: Abraham Ablam – The Hidden Treasures of the Christian Faith

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A book to help liberate the children of God from religious and denominational slavery and position them as one family of God’s people here on earth just like the nation of Israel. Author by Pastor Midagbodji Ablam (Abraham)

“The mysteries of God are His eternal plan that has been revealed unto His chosen people, the elect by His grace through His Spirit, while to others it remains in parables according to the word of God….. If it is given to some (the elect) to understand the mysteries of the kingdom while to others it is not given, this means it remains in parables…..”

– Excerpt from book The Hidden Treasures of the Christian Faith


This book is available here!



You might also like his latest release Nicodemos Must Be Born Again

This book is a complete self-interpreted message to the children and the men of God, who have been in ministry for many years, claim to be doing well in ministry, but still need to be born again.


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Black Authors: Marilyn Edwards – Silly Little Bumble Bee

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Marilyn Edwards has recently published her book, Silly Little Bumble Bee. This is an exciting children story book with (lessons to learn), lots and lots of BUZZZZZ, CROAACK and quirky little songs to the tune of [Five Little Ducks and You Can’t Catch Me].

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You may also like from the same author –

Wisdom Wise a book of poems to draw us into a time of reflection!

Black Authors: Colin Elliott – How to Advance in the Kingdom of Heaven

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Here is Colin Elliott’s book ‘How to Advance in the Kingdom of Heaven While Battling the Sin Nature’.

What God has called to do, that good work, must be a priority in your life. When Nehemiah faced opposition to the rebuilding of the walls of Jerusalem, he maintained his focus on God’s priority and sent a beautifully worded reply to those deliberately scheming to harm him and frustrate the rebuilding process, “I am carrying on a great project and cannot go down. Why should the work stop while I leave it and go down to you? (Nehemiah 6:3 NIV). – Extract from How to Advance in the Kingdom of Heaven While Battling the Sin Nature.

This book will encourage you to enjoy the journey of faith by highlighting common pitfalls that can frustrate your spiritual growth, while encouraging you to run the course set out for you!

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Extract from It’s the Lord’s doing!

It’s the Lord’s doing by the author John Mollitt is selling well, especially in his community! Read some of his experiences during his pastoral ministry!

After full-time education, John worked in banking and civil service and then, for thirty years, was the pastor of Ingleton Evangelical Church. He then went onto preach the gospel throughout the north of England. John has now been appointed as an elder at Tinshill Free Church in Leeds.

Indeed, his growth in grace, his understanding of Christian doctrine and his love for people convinced me that the Lord would open up even more fruitful avenues of service to Geoff in the future. I was, therefore, quite unprepared for the shock I was to receive in 2011, just two years after I had retired from the pastorate.

….When Geoff did not appear on the Tuesday morning, his tent was entered and it was discovered that he had died in the night. Medical investigations proved inconclusive but it was assumed some heart defect was the cause of death.

Later that week, I was invited to visit Whinfell School where Geoff had worked and I was met by his colleagues, still stunned by recent events. It was obvious the esteem in which Geoff was held and I was able to share with them the difference that Jesus had made to him….I was able also to tell them of the Christian hope that though ‘absent from the body’, Geoff was now present with the Lord. It was a moving occasion but I trust a useful visit.”

Written by John Mollitt

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