Award winning title, How could my husband be GAY?, is an autobiographical look into the life of Ondrea L. Davis. On the outside, Ondrea's life is nothing short of a fairy tale. She has a dream home, the perfect husband and three beautiful children. Ondrea soon discovers that her husband, Marceous King, is not the man she thought she married. Exhausting all efforts to salvage her marriage, Ondrea finds herself in the fight of her life. In the process, she uncovers a highly sophisticated web of deception and shocking secrets. Marceous will stop at nothing to keep Ondrea from exposing the truth and derailing his plan - even if it means destroying her in the process. In this battle of good versus evil, who will be the ultimate victor?
Unmasking the PreacherIn a time of great compromise and controversy as it relates to the message of Jesus Christ, the role of the preacher must be clearly defined so that the purpose for which he has been called is fulfilled. The preacher is labeled as everything from a motivational speaker and mentor, to a counselor and spiritual advisor. With the many expectations that are often attached to his role in the ministry, he deals with personal failures and struggles behind closed doors - often wearing the mask to hide who he really is from the congregation, his family, and sometimes even from God.Unmasking the Preacher examines the role, purpose and destiny of the preacher as defined by scripture. It is here that the preacher can rely on the Word of God to be his guidance for every challenge he will face both in and out of the pulpit. Growth in his relationship with God will help him balance his life and the demands of ministry, without giving in to the temptation of forfeiting his assignment and calling. When the preacher becomes self-exposed, self-sacrificed, and selfless to the ministry, it is then that he can remove the mask and stand before others with a compassion and conviction of living an acceptable lifestyle before God. Unmasking the Preacher presents a unique guide for ministers to transform from a hidden place of fear to an open altar before God where the same healing and deliverance they preach about, they can receive in areas of their own lives. Whether you are reading this book as a pastor, or you have just been ordained as a minister, you need to know that it is God’s desire to maximize your gifts, talents and abilities through the anointing of His spirit. So allow yourself to look beyond your limitations and rely on your faith to see what God sees in you. On the road to destiny, let’s unmask ourselves before Him without fear and reservation. As you read through the pages, you will learn how to discipline your character to reflect Christ-like characteristics. There will be many things you can relate to, as well as scripture based references for you to study and refer to during your journey. When you allow yourself to be totally unmasked, Jesus will be the only image the world will ever see, and His glory will be revealed in your life.
ONDREA L. DAVISis a native of the Washington, DC area. She graduated from South University earning a degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Accounting. She is currently pursuing her MBA. Davis is a 34 year old mother of three who resides in Upper Marlboro, MD. She is also the owner of a growing Accounting & Consulting firm. How could my husband be GAY? is her first novel.
Fletcher L. Davis, born December 16, 1954, is a third generation Apostolic believer. He was baptized in Jesus name at the age of eight, and received the Holy Ghost in 1968. He was raised at the Bible Way Temple Church, located in Washington D.C., under the late Apostle Smallwood E. Williams before following the ministry of his late grandfather, Bishop Benjamin Lumpkins. In 1983, he joined Greater Morning Star Pentecostal Church under the late Bishop Ramsey N. Butler. In 1994, he answered the call to the ministry and currently serves as Assistant Pastor of Greater Morning Star Apostolic Ministries, located in Upper Marlboro, MD. He is also President of the Ministerial Congress. He graduated from Aenon Bible College in 2005 with a B.A. in Pastoral Ministry. Fletcher is married to Beverly Davis, and to this union of 36 years they are blessed with four children - Ondrea, Anthony, Támara and Gregory. He is an anointed preacher, teacher, and man of God who humbly strives to deliver the message of Christ to the world.
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In Who Stole My Faith, author Charles Washington compels readers to relinquish the old mindset of doubt and unbelief and to live their lives as heirs of God’s promises. With thought provoking principles based solely on God’s Word, Washington provides invaluable keys for walking in divine healing and prosperity. Above all, Washington effectively shows the importance of fellow believers to search the scriptures for themselves, rather than merely accepting the doctrines of men. He introduces a new way of thinking amongst believers as he challenges them to walk in the faith of God. In this book, readers realize that this faith walk requires Christians to actively go against anything and everything that would jeopardize their rightful place in the kingdom of God. We realize that we aren’t fighting to achieve the blessings of God. Instead, we labor to walk in the victory that God has already provided for us. This is why it is Washington’s desire for readers to ask themselves “Who Stole My Faith?”
Charles Washington Jr,Charles Washington has been the husband of one wife for 23 years. From this union with his spouse Anita Washington he has three beautiful children of which he affectionately refers to as Charlie’s angles. Ashley, Amber and Alicia are the flowers of his garden. Charles is a dedicated preacher and teacher of the good news and glad tidings of the Lord Jesus Christ. As a student of the Bible and minister of the Gospel, Minister Washington finds that nothing rivals or deserves his time and attention like the service of his God and dedication to his family. This service has proven to be his greatest accomplishment and where he finds his joy, peace, and contentment in life. His focus can be found in one of his favorite passages of the Bible, “Having therefore obtained help of God, I continue unto this day, witnessing both to small and great, saying none other things than those which the prophets and Moses did say should come:” (Acts 26:22)