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Pastor Debra Morton Announces 'Morton's Inspirational Book Special'

Pastor Debra Morton, Sisters in Faith, and Thomas Nelson Publishing are offering the “Morton’s Inspirational Book Special” just in time for holiday gift giving.

The bundled gift book set  features “Raise Him Up: A Single Mother’s Guide to Raising a Successful Black Man;” “God’s Wisdom for Sisters In Faith;” and “She Speaks: Wisdom from the Women of the Bible to the Modern Black Woman.”

Raise Him Up is a book about raising boys

The set was hand-picked by Pastor Morton and is an extension of her enduring commitment to uplifting and empowering women through the Word of God.

Proceeds from sales of “Morton’s Inspiration Book Special” will benefit DBMM Arts & Entertainment Summer Camp, which aids in keeping young people engaged in productive activity during the summer months. The camp serves to develop and discipline young people in areas of creative and traditional learning skills.

She Speaks is a book published by Sisters in Faith

“I’m delighted to offer these powerful and heartfelt books to those I touch. Women are multifaceted and our issues must be handled delicately. So it is with these powerful authors who’ve ‘been there, done that’! Each is a tool that will comfort and empower you as well as make you strong,” Pastor Debra Morton says.

God's Wisdom book  encourages faith.

Founded by Stephanie Perry Moore and Michele Clark Jenkins, Sisters in Faith was created to encourage and empower African-American women with God’s truth.  The brand publishes its books through Thomas Nelson, Inc., a division of Harper Collins Christian Publishing.

To order “Morton’s Inspirational Book Special,”  email: info@debramorton.org. Connect with Sisters in Faith at www.TheSistersInFaith.com and on Facebook .com/The Sisters in Faith.




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Sarah Hearn is Editor-in-Chief of PositivelyGospel.com, founded in 2011. The site was recently named among Feedspot's Top Gospel and Christian Music Websites.  Sarah is a member of the National Association of Black Journalists and the Gospel Music Association.
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