About three weeks ago, I sent out a call for help via social media to anyone who wanted to assist with getting the message of Kingdom Woman out there and letting others know that the book had been released. There were a group of about 35 women who answered the call and who tirelessly, tweeted, posted on Facebook, and got the word out among their own circle of influence.
There are other women who, while not officially on the launch team, did just as much to help me share Kingdom Woman with many people that I would never been able to reach on my own.
To all of those who did their part, I would like to take this opportunity to say…
Some women from the launch team blog on a regular basis. I would love to share their blogs with you.
Sally Clarkson blogs @ I Take Joy Have you ever wanted a mentor? Sally is that women. She is a Christian woman, wife, mother, writer, author, blogger, dreamer and blogs and regularly shares lessons from her life so that others can glean from her wisdom.
Misty Krawalski, mama of eight, blogs @ Encouraging Beautiful Motherhood. Misty’s goal is to offer encouragement to mothers so that they would be inspired to embrace the mission God has given them: to build a life-giving home and raise wholehearted children.
Shellye Lyons blogs at I Am Ruth, Proverbs 31 Woman, where she blogs about being a daughter of the King, as well as her journey as a wife, mother, and womanpreneur.
Rachel Ridge blogs at Home Sanctuary where she writes daily encouragement for women, along with tips and motivation to help them create a sanctuary at home for their families.
Kara Haschke blogs @ Home with Purpose where she seeks be an encouragement to glorify God in every aspect of home and family life. She blogs about many areas: household tasks, family relationships, faith, education, personal growth, and more.
Silvia Arvelo ministers to women in all seasons of life @ Women Empowerment Services where she wants to help you rekindle your dreams, discover your unique purpose, and live an empowered life
Rhoda Gonzales is a wonderful life-long family friend and a gracious pastor’s wife. You can find out about her and the church where she faithfully serves @ North Dallas Family Church.
Carla Robertson is a excellence seamstress and a wonderful sewing teacher. My daughter can sew beautifully because of her (not because of me LOL!) Visit Carla at Sewing for Life
Jennifer blogs @ Real Posh Mom about her pursuit of nobility as she learn to be a “mommy.” Jennifer is a self-proclaimed… Wife. Mom. Editor. Host. Speaker. Culinary Explorer. Fashionista. Altruist. Persuader. Coffee Aficionado. Arachnophobic. She blogs about a bit of everything so you will definitely leave her blog a bit more knowledgeable then you came!
Chanda Stegall blogs @ ChandaStegall.com. Chanda blogs about a little bit of this, a little bit of that… life, love, sweet memories, and stories.
Visit Rheva @ Rheva.com. She is a worship leader, mentor, and speaker who loves sharing her journey.
Jailynn blogs @ Wife of 1 Mom of 4 where she journals about her life as a busy wife and mother, sharing life’s ups and downs as she strives to be a better Woman of God.
Towanda Coles ministers to many at Kingdom Excellence where she training ministry leaders how to serve the Kingdom of God with excellence.
Chrystal Stubbs blogs @ Godly Wisdom for Wives, providing wives wisdom from the Word of God to allow them to fully embrace and fulfill their role in marriage.
Dr. Michelle Johnson ministers to women @ Alabaster Woman where she loves to enncourage women to grow fierce in The Lord one day at a time.
Toni Williams blogs @ www.mylifewithhimandthem.com where she talks about her journey as an educator. a cancer survivor, and a divorced mom of 3 tweens and 1 dog. She is a native Chicagoan, a Transplanted Texan, and a Heartfelt Mississippian who believes everything in this life is bloggable.
Cherie Werner makes her online home @ The Werners. Her blog is all about missional living. She believes that we are all on a journey through life and there are many destinations clamoring for our attention. With so many options you must begin with the end in mind for each day takes us toward some destination.
Jeanna Young is a mother, wife, speaker, and author who blogs @ JeannaYoung.org to share her life – which in the last year has included a journey with cancer and loss of a parent. She is also the author of The Princess Parables, a delightful series of books written for little girls that brings principles and parables from Scripture to life. You can find out more about her books HERE.
~ Thank you again to all those who helped in sharing the word about Kingdom Woman ~
There is more to come! Stay tuned!