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Women In The Wilderness: How to Overcome Obstacles
The book is to help women who are struggling to identify the purpose of God for their lives to realise it , and also to those who are consumed by their past failures or entangled with fear, preventing them from rising to bring out the best in them to overcome such.
Again, this book is to help women who find it difficult to overcome their bitter life experiences to be able to do so, this book delves into many issues, that sabotage the potentials in people especially women from being unearthed.
Women In The Wilderness is here to help people especially women to overcome obstacles, in order to actualize the dreams that have been envisioned yet caught up in the cords of set backs. It gives insight of great people, especially women who in spite of manifold storms, rose up to fulfill their purpose on earth .
This book gives insight on how an ordinary woman can develop to be the advanced version of herself. It also outlines several commercial trades or entrepreneurship skills that women can venture into and how they can succeed in them.
Rosemond Quainoo is a woman of God whose teaching has empowered and transformed a lot of lives, especially women in Africa. She is one of the resilient women God is using to touch lives and make women to identify themselves in order to fulfil purpose in these current times.
She is the founder of Glorious Womens Linkage (Glowlink), a women-empowering organization which is established to raise model Christian women leaders serving as role models and mentors to women worldwide. It has the purpose to empower the next generation of women with purpose and character. She yearns to see the youth become responsible citizens, nation builders and world changers. She's passionate about seeing them contribute their quota to the development of the nation and globe. She is a revivalist in this end time to humanity and women in general.
Rosemond is a voice for most voiceless women and has respect for dignity and worth for all persons. She wishes that through her quota, the world gets better and more importantly, women identify themselves to press for progress and help others as well.