I have told you these things so that in Me you may have peace. In the world you will have tribulation. But take courage. I have overcome the world. (John 16:33/ Berean Standard Bible)
AND IT CAME TO PASS
At 7:14 p.m. EST on May 22, Renee Woodard hastened to social media, where she displayed a rather spirited, enthralling post.
Said Woodard before her gallery of followers via Facebook:
“The time has come! Come out and support us in this movement.”
The “movement” to which Woodard is alluding is one that has blossomed into an informative, fascinating book, Injustice Volume 1: Empowered By Iris Wright, the highly-anticipated, Amazon bestseller anthology that debuted Spring 2023.
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An official book launch and celebration for this collaborative book project are scheduled for June 17 from 4-8 p.m. EDT at Colonial Heritage Club, located at 6500 Arthur Hills Drive in Williamsburg, Virginia.
Tickets for the book launch can be purchased via Eventbrite at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/injustice-book-launch-celebration-tickets-569906504697. Vendor opportunities are also available during this event, according to organizers for the book launch.
As part of Making Headline News’ 2023 Essence Music Festival advance coverage leading to the “the party with a purpose” event June 29-July 3 in New Orleans, Woodard spoke at length about the memorable developments that contributed to her having made her authorship debut.
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“God gave our visionary the vision to (collaborate with) this book and she opened it up to me and other co-authors to partake into this vision,” Woodard, a native of Dover, Delaware, told MHN. “So when God gave her the vision, He also spoke to me as well.”
Indeed, He did.
And much to her delight, Woodard relishes the notion that she steadfastly exercised her faith by way of her initial authorship adventure, a development that has given way to her becoming part of an Amazon No. 1 bestseller project in the process.
To her credit, Woodard carved out the chapter entitled, From The Impossible To The Possible, an Injustice Volume 1 segment she composed earlier this year.
Mission accomplished for this first-time published author, who needed roughly a month to complete her portion of this anthology.
BETTER DAYS ARE AHEAD
“I chose to write to be a co-author in this book because it was time to tell my story,” Woodard said. “Because my story could help someone else that was once hopeless like me.”
In essence, Woodard emphasized, among other things, she’s hopeful her life-altering story subsequently “gives hope to the hopeless” and inspire someone whom, like her at one point in time, sensed that God had forgotten all about them.
By all accounts, Woodard would be the first to admit that even in the wake of life’s most tumultuous season, she’s glad she stayed in faith and, most importantly, stuck with God, particularly when it seemed she couldn’t trace Him.
How else to explain her absorbing social media post at the break of dawn on May 17?
“That strength comes within,” Woodard says without hesitation.
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Interestingly enough, Woodard deemed it essential to issue yet another thought-provoking challenge to her reading audience as she introduced the awe-inspiring developments surrounding what could be appropriately described as her highly-anticipated authorship coming out party.
“And stop counting yourself out because of what you’ve been through,” Woodard said. “Tests and trials come to make us strong, and what we go through is either going to make us or break us.”
Fortunately for Woodard, though, her occasional bend-but-don’t-break faith, by all accounts, has helped shape and mold her into becoming a better version of herself.
For the rest of her life, to put it more precisely.
“This is the first time I have written a book and I’m proud of myself for stepping out of my comfort zone to do this,” Woodard said. “My mother always said, ‘A closed mouth don’t get fed.’ My motto is, If You Want Different, You Do Different. And that’s what I’m going to do.”
With God, her Helper, steering the way.
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