Regeneis Winters Remembers How She Found Grace and Healing Despite Life's Harsh Realities
Rejection is never a pleasant experience and, in some cases, its effects can be devastating. Regeneis Winters, author of REJECTION IS NOT MY NAME, knows this and in her honest and deeply moving memoir, she talks about the times she experienced the pain of being rejected. More importantly, she shares her personal journey of redemption and how she refused to let rejection keep her from moving forward to the life she was destined to live.
In her memoir, Winters openly talks about the difficult episodes of her life- her troubled childhood and how she ended up being raised in foster care, her unstable relationships and her son's passing. With honesty, she gives voice to the darkness that comes during times of weakness but more importantly, she recalls those rare moments of light that ultimately let her find the grace of salvation.
Winters's resilience is inspiring and her story is eye-opening. Now at 38 years old, she is unwavering in her resolution to make God's plan for her come true.
"Despite everything I went through in life, I never let it stop me. The hand that I was dealt was not a good hand but I played it to my advantage. I always thought and knew that God had a plan for my life and I am determined to see that plan fulfilled," she says.
REJECTION IS NOT MY NAME is an extraordinary true story of how one woman found faith, love and healing in the midst of the harsh realities of life.
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About the Author
A native of Hollandale, Mississippi, Regeneis Winters currently resides in Hattiesburg where she and her husband serve as pastors of Freedom Covenant Love Ministries. She discovered her passion for writing at a young age and always knew in her heart that one day she will publish her own book.
REJECTION IS NOT MY NAME * by Regeneis Winters
Publication Date: June 21, 2013
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