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Shadoew Terrell

Agent: None
Visalia, California, United States

Email: shadoew@shadoew.com

Home page: www.shadoew.com

As a Christian Marriage Coach, you stand against ideologies that conflict with God's declaration of marriage. Interestingly, both husband and wife usually misinterpret Scripture regarding this supernatural union. Masculine perceptions often violate God's declaration of a husband’s deep love, and high esteem demonstrated toward his wife. Feminine ideologies rob the soul of God's intent and expectation, as concepts, which are embraced ought to be abandoned. In my manuscript "Why Did You Give Up The Koochie And Now You Mad,"offers women a fresh look into the mind of God towards how He thinks about her and His declaration regarding her precious treatment. It will help women heal from the madness. Not madness associated with anger, but rather, madness directly linked to dissatisfaction of soul. Madness associated with giving all of self and one’s most prized possession.

From The Father's Heart released by Tate Publishing in 2010 is an inspirational read; I have tagged as "situational poetry." A brief synopsis describes life's personal challenges, and in a poetic form the inspiration received during those circumstances. God always has an inspirational and revelatory word in the midst of the most trying situations.

My husband and I for the past fifteen years has served as Associate Pastors at Restoration Incorporated in California, under the leadership of Bishop Robert Eugene and Noami Hooks. We serve as marriage coaches to support and provide biblical concepts for a healthy relationship between husband and wife.

Interests: In search of an agent for current manuscript titled, "Why Did You Give Up The Koochie and Now You Mad."

Published writer: Yes

Freelance: No

 

Published works:

Nonfiction

  • From The Fathers Heart