SIMPLY UNSTOPPABLE: North Carolina author Bianca Hardy on her tear-jerking new book: ‘Every saint has a history, and every sinner has a future’


Therefore, my beloved brothers and sisters, be firm, immovable, always excelling in the work of the Lord, knowing that your labor is not in vain in the Lord. (1 Corinthians 15:58 NASB)


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REAPING A HARVEST — During an exclusive interview this week with Making Headline News, Hardy spoke at length about how unstoppable God has blessed her to become in recent years, an ascending trend she chronicled in I Survived The Storm, her highly-anticipated book that made its ceremonious debut in December 2020.

Pay close attention to Bianca Hardy’s Facebook page.

Notice, if you will, the intriguing and compelling nickname she installed between her first and last names.
It reads: “Mzunstoppable.”
To grasp a thorough understanding of why Hardy deemed it essential to appropriately adopt such a uniquely fascinating epithet, look no further than the rash of unfavorable situations and circumstances by which she has endured during the course of her life.
“(I want) to help people to understand that every preacher didn’t get anointed by simply hands laid on, but some had to suffer, and every clergy (who wears a) collar has a history, whether they tell it or not,” Hardy explained.
During an exclusive interview this week with Making Headline News, Hardy spoke at length about how unstoppable God has blessed her to become in recent years, an ascending trend she chronicled in I Survived The Storm, her highly-anticipated book that made its ceremonious debut in December 2020.

BUY HARDY’S BOOK: https://www.amazon.com/I-Survived-Storm-Bianca-Hardy/dp/173570895X
A MASSIVE MUST READ — “This book is important to me because I want to use it to help every reader understand that you may go through different or similar things in life, but it doesn’t mean that you have to allow your situation to change you,” Hardy explained.”

A spiritually-empowering and breathtaking written work that is accompanied by 98 pages, Hardy’s I Survived The Storm depicts the emotionally-driven, tear-jerking story and testimonies of this North Carolina-born woman, who vividly reminds her readers that once the storm is over, all you can do is look back and say, “How did I make it over?” according to a detailed synopsis of Hardy’s book at Amazon.com.

“Through every storm in my life, facing church hurt, molestation, grief, homelessness, rejection, and fighting to release the shackles of pain and broken-heartedness, I developed extraordinary strength and life revelations,” Hardy, being as transparent as she could with her audience, said. “I hope that every page of my journey gives you hope, wisdom, and a sense of empowerment on how to maintain your faith in God (and through) life’s most turbulent storms.”



A native of Rocky Mount, North Carolina — a city that covers Edgecombe and Nash counties in the greater Atlantic coastal plain region and is comprised of roughly 53,922 residents, according to the latest U. S. census (2019) — Hardy has become the beneficiary of an array of rave reviews and praise since word spread of a book that is steadily having a massive impact on her reading audience.

“This book is important to me because I want to use it to help every reader understand that you may go through different or similar things in life, but it doesn’t mean that you have to allow your situation to change you,” Hardy explained.”

In a nutshell, Hardy is swift to emphasize, her relatively new book is what she appropriately describes as her personal survival testimony.

Which, to her distinctly unique credit, essentially sums up why she’s widely regarded as “Mzunstoppable.”

“Millions didn’t make it, but I was one of the ones that did,” Hardy customarily says without hesitation. “I pray that this book will bless you, whether you are in a storm, just emerging from one, or is about to enter your next one.”


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GOD’S OVERCOMER — A spiritually-empowering and breathtaking written work that is accompanied by 98 pages, Hardy’s I Survived The Storm depicts the emotionally-driven, tear-jerking story and testimonies of this North Carolina-born woman, who vividly reminds her readers that once the storm is over, all you can do is look back and say, “How did I make it over?” according to a detailed synopsis of Hardy’s book at Amazon.com.

As Hardy recalls, she initially grasped the vision to compose I Survived The Storm in sometime in 2016, or practically one month after moving into her home. It wasn’t, however, until approximately two years later that Hardy commenced to producing her new book, an “off and on” process that took somewhere in the neighborhood of about two years to complete.

Exemplifying such immense resiliency with God, her Helper, steering the way, Hardy had finally completed her God-mandated assignment in early 2020 and, by year’s end, her much-anticipated authorship debut had ultimately come full circle.

To God be the glory.

“Every saint has a history, and every sinner has a future” said Hardy, explaining the divine message she aspires to send to her readers. “Some (people) say they never thought I would have been through that, and some say (this book is) very emotional.”

A current resident of Raleigh, North Carolina, Hardy has announced that other books are forthcoming.


HARDY’S NONPROFIT ORGANIZATION

Interestingly, Hardy is the founder and CEO of Women Of Purpose With Power, her rising nonprofit organization that has become a fixture for greatly enabling women to become all that God has envisioned them to be.

MORE THAN CONQUERORS — “(I want) to help people to understand that every preacher didn’t get anointed by simply hands laid on, but some had to suffer, and every clergy (who wears a) collar has a history, whether they tell it or not,” Hardy said.

Generally, Women Of Purpose With Power is committed to empowering women from all walks of life to clear an assortment of life’s hurdle, most notably rape and sexual molestation victims, as well as those who have encountered rejection, domestic violence, low self-esteem, and prostitution, among other issues.

Also, Women Of Purpose With Power routinely provides mentorship classes and annual retreats.

“Men are welcome too,” Hardy said.


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For more information about Raleigh, North Carolina Author/Businesswoman Bianca Hardy of Women Of Purpose With Power, to order her book, or to schedule her for a public appearance, book signing, call 704.684.4288 or connect with her via social media under: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/beautifulblessAngel. Also, send email to: WOPWP19@gmAil.com.

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