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Word Up-bookcover

By: Alfreda Brown

Word Up

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Word Up displays the realities in life, depicting the signs of the times through headline events as well as what happens in the home, on the job, or in social gatherings. Life can be a struggle. There are pros and cons in the ways that we deal with what is happening around us and, most importantly, what happens inside of us. Consider the following questions:

  • Are we appropriately handling the challenges that can adversely impact our lives?
  • How can we ensure that we are leaning and depending on something that is greater than ourselves - our connection with God?
  • How can we build our relationship with God to ensure that we are on the right track and have ceased playing guessing games with important areas of our life?

Word Up forces you to think with clarity and then gives you an opportunity to do something about your reaction to the bare facts. Word Up helps you to face head-on to the reality of a situation; it does not allow you to be timid, gloss over it, or just do nothing. Rather, Word Up gives you a choice: do nothing and watch things get worse or do something and bring about the change you want and deserve.

Learn how to deal with situations rather than just quoting the Bible as though knowing and doing are the same. Real change in your life requires faith, and faith without action is null and void. Word Up requires action.

If you really want transformative change in your life, read a topic that describes your situation. Begin to identify the deep change that is irreversible in nature, a change that you have only hoped for, but have not achieved. There is healing in Word Up as you read the Word of God that is so deeply embedded in real change. Allow God to work with you as you read this life changing analogy.

Alfreda Brown (Doctor of Education, EdD) experience ranges from grassroots mentoring of individuals and underrepresented groups to teaching classes abroad, and leading university and community wide diversity initiatives. As a retired VP and Chief Diversity Officer, Alfreda continues to be a strong advocate for strategic planning and results-oriented assessments to facilitate fact-based decision-making and continuous improvement of diversity, equity, and inclusion across multiple genres. Alfreda’s first love is writing and therefore will continue to publish a variety of thoughts through articles, books and written papers.

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