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Ry man is against her preaching including her father the Bishop When he steps down and she is forced to deal with some past hurts head on she realizes that what she thought WAS THE PROBLEM IS NOT THE the problem is not the at all This is a different style of writing for Vanessa in comparison to the Rain and Storm series that I loved so dearly since it covered redemption and anyone can turn their lives over to God In Yesterday s Promise speaks about two people stubbornness where Melinda helps her father Bishop Johnson mega church ministry and expects to be next in line to lead

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flock but it was passed on to her ex fiance Bishop Steve Marks Steve Marks believes he can rekindle his love and ask a second time for the hand of Melinda Johnson in marriage But his stubbornness is believing from listening to his father that women cannot minister in the church I like some of the passages delivered in the book about why women are in ministry and the other views that have disregarded women to lead the flock in t My Ex actually gave me this as a birthday gift before we broke up Like I really loved this novel the setting brought about this black American movie picture in my head I learnt about hurts pains forgiveness and above all True Love I loved every bit of it Vanessa is such a darling grace to you Loved it Vanessa Miller did a fantastic ob entering the romance genre Great characters and lots of conflict which a strong albiet subtle message about the ministry of women preachers I highly recommen. Itter sparring and rekindles long suppressed attraction which grows only stronger when Melinda develops a relationship with Steven's precious daughter Brianna who's still struggling with the death of her mother Can Steven and Melinda set aside past pains forgive each other and learn to love again. ,

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Yesterdays Promise Second Chance At Love #1I liked this book a lot My emotions went back and forth uite a bit with this book At times I thought the Bishop made a bad choice at times I thought Melinda was being a baby and sometimes I thought Steven was clueless But the book was a nice read I wasn t disappointed This book was totally different from what I expected I was looking forward to reading this because I love her writing It did not disappointThe author moved from speaking about redemption as depicted in the Rain series to that of individuals pastoring as depicted in the Rain series to that of individuals pastoring he choice of who is suitable to lead a mega church It further focused on a subject matter that based on who you ask can and usually does receive a myriad based on who you ask can and usually does receive a myriad opinions women in the pulpit As always the author will prompt you not only to think about your own views but to dialogue with others about the subject presented Can one woman fulfill her dream and still be granted the love of her heartI have never read a story where a woman wanted to be a preacher I started the book a bit apprehensive I am very conservative and wasn t sure how the author would write the story and convince me without making me feel I was going against my beliefsI was pleased Melinda starts out a determined woman A woman determined to serve the Lord as a minister for Him Her main focus the pulpit What I enj This book was awesome It had a great story line and a very realistic plot I ust finished reading this novel and I must say it is a very good book I had already read book 2 when I found out Melinda Johnson has always felt called to ministry So when her father Bishop Langston Johnson decides to step down after thirty years of leadership at Omega Christian Center it seems only natural for her to take his place But Bishop Johnson feels led by a God who has other things in mind and to ,

T was a seriesMelinda was so hurt "because her father had promised her that when he retired she would take his place and then " her father had promised her that when he retired she would take his place and then moma had promised her that she wasn t going to die but she died Then Steven Marks was going to marry her but he believed that a woman her but he believed that a woman t supposed to preach so he didn t marry Melinda but married Sylvia who didn t mine staying at home being a wife and motherThat what kept them two apart because Steven father told him that women was supposed to be uiet in the churchI no of churches today that doesn t allow women in the pulpit You can t say that a person was or was not called to preach because you don t know This is a different style of writing for Vanessa in comparison to her Rain and Storm series that I loved so dearly since it covered redemption and anyone can turn their lives over to God Now I am reading a story of two people stubbornness but want to be in the will of God and re commit their love relationship for one another after they see the light of God s views on women in ministry She will be on April 25 Sunday 5pm CST wwwblogtalkradiocomDream4More I really LOVED this book Now I didn t ump at this book because it didn t seem like the normal Vanessa Miller type books however after speaking with because it didn t seem like the normal Vanessa Miller type books however after speaking with personally at the Indianapolis Black Expo I bought the book I was pleasantly surprised Melinda who is the main character in the book is a female who has been called to preach however she lives in a man s world She feels that because she is a woman eve. Ucceed him he appoints Steven Marks a man who is opposed to female pastors not to mention the fact that he is Melinda's ex fiance Feeling defeated Melinda nevertheless maintains her position as the church's Missions and Community Outreach Director Freuent interaction with the new bishop incites

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