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Book details
  • Genre:RELIGION
  • SubGenre:Christian Living / Spiritual Growth
  • Language:English
  • Pages:132
  • eBook ISBN:9798350933505
  • Paperback ISBN:9798350933499

God is All You Need!

Ten Important Points for Black Women in America for your Journey through Life

by Dr. Veronica Hunnicutt

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This book is about using your God-given talents to make substantial changes in your life and in the world! This book is about praying to God for the wisdom, understanding, and vision to stand up and fight for what is good and honorable, so that everyone in America and the world can be truly free.
This book, God is All You Need: Ten Important Points for Black Women in America for your Journey through Life, is about all ladies using their God-given talents and getting busy and making changes in their lives, in their communities, and in America. When we pray to God for the strength, wisdom, and vision to stand up for what is right, we can with God's guidance make things better for everyone at the local, state, and national levels. This book discusses many topics of interest to women, including knowing who you are and being who you really are, relationship responsibilities, dealing with challenges, difficulties, and opportunities and so much more. God is All You will ever need to be successful in life! Count on our Heavenly Father for everything you will ever need in life!
About the author
Dr. Veronica Hunnicutt is a renowned educator. She spent 45 years as an English teacher in middle schools, high schools, and community colleges and served as Chair of African American Studies, Coordinator of the Partnerships to Achieve Academic Success, Co-Founder of the African American Achievement Program, Dean of the Southeast Campus, and Dean of the Office of Student Affairs at City College of San Francisco. She has extensive community organizing and development experience and has served as a member of the Mayor's Citizens Advisory Committee for Community Development, as a Commissioner of the Commission on the Status of Women, and as a Commissioner of the San Francisco Housing Authority. She is presently the Chair of the Citizens Advisory Committee for the Hunters Point Shipyard and a former Board Member of the Alliance for Girls. Dr. Hunnicutt is also the CEO of the Hunnicutt Foundation. She has received numerous commendations for her work, including being selected for a special award for service to San Francisco residents in 1983 from Mayor Dianne Feinstein, a day named in her honor in 2000 by Mayor Willie Brown, and being selected as a Local Hero by KQED, Union Bank, and Kaiser Permanente in 2005. She was selected as the Woman of the Year for 2018 by Senator Scott Weiner of the 11th District. Dr. Hunnicutt is committed to God and manifesting His and Christ's love by serving others. Dr. Hunnicutt is especially devoted to helping young people, men, and women to be successful in life, so they will accomplish their life goals and become the leaders this country desperately needs.