Friday, May 21, 2010

Sistergirl Devotions

I had the privilege recently to review Sistergirl Devotions. I would have really liked to have had this book when I worked outside the home in an office setting. Many of the emotions and tough issues I was dealing with, Carol Mackey had a devotion for that.

I have a very special friend in mind that will be getting this book for her own use!

If you are looking for a book to give you some encouragement in the workforce while allowing you to stay sane and Christian, you will want to grab your own copy of this book.

To purchase, just click HERE.

“Available May 2010 at your favorite bookseller from Revell, a division of Baker Publishing Group.”

Inspiration for African-American Women:
Keeping Jesus in the Mix on the Job
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As the editor-in-chief of the esteemed Black Expressions Book Club, Carol M. Mackey has her pulse on African American women and what they’re reading, thinking about and their search for information that speaks to their daily lives and struggles.
Struggles especially crop up at the place where most women spend the bulk of their time: at work. With workplace stresses ranging from bad bosses to gossipy coworkers to a lack of passion for
what you’re getting paid to do, what’s a Christian woman to do? Sometimes it can feel like your faith is putting in overtime, too,
just to get you through the week.

Your browser may not support display of this image. Through her book, Sistergirl Devotions, Mackey speaks to these and other hurdles that working women face through a collection of 90 insightful and inspiring readings. Using Scripture, conventional wisdom and stories from her own experiences, Mackey teaches readers how their faith provides timeless and trusting answers to these daily struggles. Each devotion also offers a “Power Move,” which gives readers actionable tips for applying these principles to their own lives and careers.

Topics that Mackey addresses through these devotions include:
  • Making the most of your opportunities at work
  • Establishing your identity at work
  • How to serve your way to greatness
  • Standing up for what’s right
  • Managing conflicts and toxic coworkers
  • Confronting painful situations with grace
  • Bouncing back after a setback
  • Keys to managing others
  • Striking a healthy work-life balance
  • Discipleship on and off the job
  • Watch God multiply your talents and gifts
  • Remain humble as you achieve success

Your browser may not support display of this image. Carol M. Mackey is editor-in-chief of Black Expressions Book Club, an award-winning book club and the largest African American club in the nation. She has been named among the 50 Most Powerful African Americans In Publishing by Black Issues Book Review and has been featured in Literary Divas: The Top 100+ Most Admired African American Women in Literature. Widely recognized as a leading expert on African American book buyers, Mackey sits on the Board for the National Book Club Conference. She has appeared on CBS-TV’s morning news show in New York and is often interviewed by other media outlets on the state of African American publishing. She lives in New York with her family. 

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