While still in her twenties, Jacqueline Jakes -- a leading African-American columnist and the sister of well-known author and speaker Bishop T.D. Jakes -- was diagnosed with a brain tumor. After a risky, eight-hour surgery and a difficult recovery, she credits her faith for giving her the strength to face the future. Now, in Sister Wit, she offers more than one hundred devotions to help other women handle life's difficulties. Filled with revelations Jacqueline Jakes has never before shared about her illness, as well as uplifting quotations and anecdotes about her family and famous brother, Sister Wit shows us how to overcome past hurts and open our eyes to new perspectives. These powerful devotions include positive, pragmatic tips and her own soul-felt observations in four basic areas: inspiration, struggles, virtues, and encouragement. Created to be read often, Sister Wit will provide just the right message of faith to help you do all that life asks of you.
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April 04, 2002
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