Welcome to the BC Book Review. We are so glad that you have tuned in. The authors that we are featuring today are, John Gray, author of “I Am Number 8”; C. Natasha Richburg, author of “I See Whispers of the Snakes in the Grass”; and Michelle McClain-Walters, author of “The Anna Anointing”. The purpose of this show is to feature wholesome faith-based books, to encourage you to buy these books for yourself and for others and to see lives changed for God’s glory.
First up today is John Gray, author of “I Am Number 8”
Here’s a little information about John Gray
John Gray is one of the associate pastors of America’s largest church, Lakewood Church, in Houston, Texas. He preaches at Lakewood’s midweek service, where attendance averages 9,000 people a week. He was one of the hosts for the new talk show The Preachers and was recently named to Oprah’s Super Soul 100, a collection of 100 awakened leaders who are using their voices and talent to elevate humanity. In April of 2017 his new show “The Book of John Gray” will debut on The Oprah Winfrey Network. John resides in Houston with his wife, Aventer and their son John W. Gray IV, and daughter, Theory Aspyn-Sky Gray.
Now, here’s a short description of the book, “I Am Number 8”
If God can take David–the invisible eighth son of a forgotten family–and turn him into a king, just imagine what magnificent plans He has for redeeming your life.
David was born a number 8–a hidden gem, often overlooked and undervalued by everyone except for God. For David, being a number 8 seemed like a curse until the day God transformed him from the unknown eighth son of Jesse into the much-honored king of Israel.
When God sends out an invitation to greatness, His directions don’t always make sense to us. You may feel like the most invisible, broken number 8 out there, but God sees your hidden value and is growing you for better things. David didn’t know it, but his time as a simple shepherd with a dull future did not go unnoticed by God. In David’s darkest moments, he was cultivating the kind of gifts, wisdom, and leadership he would need to become a king. Even when you’re an underdog in the eyes of the world, God is working behind the scenes to develop you into a king or queen.
Now, here’s a brief review of the book, “I Am Number 8”
At one point or another in our lives, we all feel as if we’re overlooked, undervalued, and like we don’t matter much to God or to others. This feeling may last for a very long time, but what we don’t know is that every situation and encounter is divinely set to help make us into the person God wants us to be. Using the story of David, John Gray uses scripture and wit to urge readers to discover their hidden value in God. The worst environments can be the birthing place for an extraordinary future. We highly recommend this book.
Visit John Gray online at johngrayworld.com.
“I Am Number 8” is published by FaithWords. Be sure to get your copy from your local bookstore or from Amazon.com or BarnesandNoble.com.
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Next up is C. Natasha Richburg, author of “I See Whispers of the Snakes in the Grass”
Here’s a little information about C. Natasha Richburg
C. Natasha Richburg has been married to her husband for Melvin for thirty-five years. They have four grown children who reside in locations around the country. NaTasha is the author of ten Christian youth and young adult books while also working as the founder of Jeremiah’s Kall Productions. The vision of Jeremiah’s Kall Productions is to promote talented indie artists who lyrically PROMOTE positive PROSE that POWERFULLY provides PROFOUND insight without PROFANITY. NaTasha currently serves as the manager for indie hip hop artists/songwriters/producers Black Jewelz and Sonny Dumarsais. She is an Executive Development Coach and Artist Development Coach. NaTasha has an MBA from Morgan State University and an MIS from Johns Hopkins University and is currently an ABD (All But Dissertation) in the Morgan State University Education doctorate program. Mrs. Richburg professes the words of Proverbs 24:5 (KJV), which reads, “[a] wise man is strong; yes, a man of knowledge increaseth strength.”
Here’s a short description of the book, “I See Whispers of the Snakes in the Grass”
Anabela behaved unacceptably before, during, and after her marriage to Ramón. Single women wonder why Anabela “got the ring” in spite of exhibiting behavior unbecoming of an acceptable wife. Now, Anabela is expecting a new baby that may or may not be her husband’s. Anabela works in an environment filled with gossip about her past indiscretions, but God leads her to a better place that feels safe.
This book follows the course begun in C. NaTasha Richburg’s previous books:
The Truth About the Lie I Live, Healthy Waters Don’t Cry like This, and Drama to Driven
Now, here’s a brief review of the book, “I See Whispers of the Snakes in the Grass”
People often try to define themselves and especially others by the mistakes they make and failures they encounter. It can be difficult to pick one’s self up when people who are supposed to be your friends are talking about you behind your back. But the way to full wholeness and reconciliation in mind and soul is by letting God have his way. In I See Whispers of the Snakes in the Grass, C. NaTasha Richburg guides readers on the journey of Anabela and Ramon and the unexpected, faithful workings of God in their lives. It serves as a beautiful reminder that God always gives beauty for ashes. We highly recommend this book.
Visit C. Natasha Richburg online at thecnrministries.com.
“I See Whispers of the Snakes in the Grass” is published by St. Paul Press. Be sure to get your copy from your local bookstore or from Amazon.com or BarnesandNoble.com.
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Next up is Michelle McClain-Walters, author of “The Anna Anointing”
Here’s a little information about Michelle McClain-Walters
Michelle McClain-Walters has traveled to more than forty nations and has conducted schools of the prophetic that have activated thousands in the art of hearing the voice of God. She is the author of The Prophetic Advantage, and she currently serves as director of prayer ministry on the staff of Crusaders Church under the leadership of Apostle John Eckhardt. She is also one of the house prophets and apostolic team leaders at Crusaders Church. She resides in Chicago with her husband, Floyd, and daughter, Eboni.
Now, here’s a short description of the book, “The Anna Anointing”
Boldly change your life and those you influence by developing an ear to not only hear, but to also listen to God’s heart.
God released grace upon Anna to fast and pray unto the revelation of Jesus to the earth the first time. God is releasing a similar grace upon a whole generation of women who will operate in a similar anointing as Anna’s unto the revelation of Jesus to the earth in His second coming.
This book will be the catalyst for a prayer movement spreading all over the earth to usher in the greatest revival the planet has ever seen.
Now, here’s a brief review of the book, “The Anna Anointing”
Any woman who has ever wondered about her place in the world, will find comfort, wisdom, and good understanding through the pages of this book. Michelle reveals how God is looking to fill a gap in the world, for someone to ask for grace and mercy not only for self, but for others. Taking notes from the life and character of Anna, women will be empowered to take up the mantle of prayer and be bold, powerful, and strong through Christ. We highly recommend this book.
Visit Michelle McClain-Walters online at michellemcclainministries.com.
“The Anna Anointing” is published by Charisma House. Be sure to get your copy from your local bookstore or from Amazon.com or BarnesandNoble.com.
All of these books can be found online at Amazon.com and BarnesandNoble.com. Support these authors by buying their books, sharing them with your friends, or sending the author a note of thanks as they continue to fulfill the command in Habakkuk 2:2 which states “write the vision, and make it plain upon tables, that he may run that readeth it.”
Remember, if you don’t know Christ as Saviour, John 3:16 says: “For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.” If you want to trust Christ as your Saviour, believe in your heart that he died, was buried, and rose from the dead for you. Pray and ask Him to come into your heart today, and He will.
For the saints, “Keep looking up for your redemption draweth nigh.”
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