Prevail: The Process of Overcoming

Jinary Arce-Cotto (Author) Rev Iluminada Roman (Foreword by)
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Description

Growing up I was expected to look a certain way, act a certain way and talk a certain way. My parents pastored a few churches and my siblings, and I followed their every move like ducks in a row. Everyone thought we were the perfect family. Beautiful parents who made the ultimate power couple and their talented and even more beautiful children. We were praised, admired and envied. Yet, little did anyone know what transpired when we said our good byes and shut to door to our home. No one knew the secrets, the lies, the betrayals and the sacrifice. If not for an amazing woman of God, I don't know how'd we survive the horrors we endured. This woman protected us with all she could, put herself in danger's path for us, held us together with all her might and fell on her face before God for us. This woman is my mother.

Only the love of a mother could endure the storms we faced. The older I became the more I knew, and the more I knew, the more compelled I was to share her story. Her story of abuse, ridicule and pain. Her story of triumph, revelation and joy. Her story is my story. Her story is my brothers' story. Her story is my sister's story. Her story is your story. It's time the curtain was pulled back and the story was told. This is time to break generational curses and stop all types of abuse This is Prevailing, the process of overcoming.

Product Details

Price
$14.99  $13.79
Publisher
Arco Press
Publish Date
January 28, 2020
Pages
126
Dimensions
5.5 X 0.27 X 8.5 inches | 0.34 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781734334616

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About the Author

Jinary is a wife, mother, reverend, an accomplished entrepreneur, a drummer, senior executive in sales, and a consultant. She has a BA in Psychology and Sociology and had used her knowledge to counsel and empower women and men from abused homes for over 25 years. She has worked in social services as a counselor in the Bronx and Brooklyn for over 6 years where she worked to reunite substance abuse mothers with their children and educated them on life skills, parenting skills and abstinence. She's recently started her own publishing company called ARCO Press where she plans to publish many more empowering books.