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Soulful Prayers author Dr. Eric Holmes reminds the masses that ‘Prayer still works’


These things I have spoken unto you, that in Me ye might have peace. In the world ye shall have tribulation: but be of good cheer; I have overcome the world. (John 16:33 KJV)


POINTING TO THE HEAVENS 

GOD’S FAITH STEPPER — If anyone can greatly attest to how essential prayer is, it’s Dr. Holmes, this devout man of valor, who were amongst more than four dozen authors who made eloquent contributions to the newly-released book entitled, “Soulful Prayers: The Power of Intentional Communication With God.”

DALLAS — Every time you turn around, there’s Dr. Eric Holmes, displaying his customary signature smile, all the while encouraging someone’s heart in the process.

He did it once again late Monday night, courtesy of a spirited social media post.

Said Dr. Holmes on his Facebook timeline before his 3,700-plus social media followers: “Prayer still works.”
He got that right.
Not only that, if anyone can greatly attest to this kingdom-enhancing notion, it’s Dr. Holmes, this devout man of valor, who were amongst more than four dozen authors who made eloquent contributions to the newly-released book entitled, “Soulful Prayers: The Power of Intentional Communication With God.”

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A book that was officially launched during nationally-acclaimed ceremony over the weekend here, “Soulful Prayers: The Power of Intentional Communication With God” is orchestrated by award-winning and bestselling author/businesswoman Cheryl Polote-Williamson.

A book that was officially launched during nationally-acclaimed ceremony over the weekend here, “Soulful Prayers: The Power of Intentional Communication With God” is orchestrated by award-winning and bestselling author/businesswoman Cheryl Polote-Williamson.

For Dr. Holmes, his valiant contributions to a book that has created a national buzz comes in the wake of his already successful authorship success, a trend that’s accompanied by the sustained success of his written work entitled, “The Power of The Seed,” his 2015 released project that has become a fixture throughout Baltimore and the surrounding areas.

As for his latest authorship heroics, Dr. Holmes wasted little time buying into the visionary of the face of “Soulful Prayers: The Power of Intentional Communication With God.”


HE’S GOT A SEED IN THE GROUND

FOR STARTERS — For Dr. Holmes, his valiant contributions to a book that has created a national buzz comes in the wake of his already successful authorship success, a trend that’s accompanied by the sustained success of his written work entitled, “The Power of The Seed,” his 2015 released project that has become a fixture throughout Baltimore and the surrounding areas..

“Once (Polote-Williamson’s) vision was shared with me, it connected in my spirit, because I am a prayer warrior,” Dr. Holmes told Making Headline News this week.

Once Dr. Holmes had become spiritually empowered to contribute to a book that figures to garner a continuous massive presence throughout the Body Christ for years to come, he then commenced to executing a strategy to accomplished God’s will.

Interestingly, he needed only a few weeks to make it all come full circle, having assembled his chapter just in time for it to be edited and reviewed by the start of the New Year.

And the rest, as they say, was history.

And just like that, Dr. Holmes had appropriately taken yet another monumental step in the purpose for which he was created, a purpose that, fortunately for him, is a true testament of how he’s been used by God for such pivotal time as now.

Yes, brothas and sistas. Prayer still works.


“It was the timing and season of God,” said Dr. Holmes, a native of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. “And He allowed me to be apart and the experience I went through to be able to share (my prayer).”


As expected, the feedback for “Soulful Prayers: The Power of Intentional Communication With God” has been nothing short of remarkable, a trend that undoubtedly will linger amongst followers of Christ for quite some time.

To God be the glory.

As expected, the feedback for “Soulful Prayers: The Power of Intentional Communication With God” has been nothing short of remarkable, a trend that undoubtedly will linger amongst followers of Christ for quite some time.

Not to be outdone, though, Dr. Holmes has announced that other books are forthcoming.

“I have another book coming very soon,” said Dr. Holmes, referring to his written work entitled, ‘My Next Season Is Due Season.’

As for his itinerary, Dr. Holmes has several radio and televisions interviews scheduled, during which he will promote his books and conduct book signings.

To his credit and much to his delight, he announced that he has submitted the essential paperwork to the Enoch Pratt Libraries which, in turn, will enable him to generate book reviews.


AFTER YOU’VE SUFFERED A WHILE…

Dr. Holmes has appropriately taken yet another monumental step in the purpose for which he was created, a purpose that, fortunately for him, is testament of how he’s been used by God for such pivotal time as now.

Not only that, he emphasized he plans to enhance the promoting of his books on various social media platforms, which has given way to his reaping a considerable amount of authorship success.

“It was a divine assignment,” said Dr. Holmes, “and it will reach a nation, and everyone is in need of prayer.”

He got that right.

Once again.


For more information about Baltimore-area Author Dr. Eric Holmes, to order his books, or to schedule him for a public appearance or book signing, connect with him via social media at: https://www.facebook.com/eric.holmes.79462. Also, send email to: elynnk1306@gmail.com.


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Is Houston entrepreneur Katina Cansler the organizational services industry’s best kept secret?


Let all things be done decently and in order. (1 Corinthians 14:40 KJV)


KC’s TOUCH OF EXCELLENCE

TOUCH OF SUCCESS — Katina Cansler the proud owner and CEO of  KC’s Touch, her Houston-area organizational services, which exhibit an extensive background and expertise necessary to properly maintain and organize your property or facility.

DALLAS — Katina Cansler has what she refers to as her “new adventure,” one she doesn’t plan on shelving any time soon.

Heck, why should she demonstrate signs of slowing down any time soon as the proud owner and CEO of  KC’s Touch, her Houston-area organizational services, which exhibit an extensive background and expertise necessary to properly maintain and organize your property or facility.
Widely known for its “world class organizational services,” KC’s Touch’s system was created to ensure that its clients pay witness to a clean and healthy home.
“Our process revolves around you and your family to provide a unique cleaning process with the highest attention to detail,” said a spokesperson for KC’s Touch in a detailed overview of this business at http://www.kcstouch.com/index.html.

Not only that, KC’s Touch has established a keen reputation for routinely bringing about a customer-first focus atmosphere, coupled with what Cansler describes as “old-fashioned values” derived from character and integrity, not to mention an “all in service” of providing its clients with the highest level of professionalism they deserve.

Aside from overseeing the day-to-day operations of KC’s Touch, Cansler is longtime cosmetologist, whose career spans more than 30 years.

Currently, the Fort Wayne, Indiana native has been afforded the luxury working savoring the best of both worlds through her endeavors. But as she forthrightly explained during an interview this week with Making Headline News, KC’s Touch essentially has emerged as her first love, of sorts.

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A business that accommodates mostly individuals ranging in their mid-30’s and up, Cansler’s wealth of experience in organizational services has been put on display in a variety of places around the country, most notably Indiana, Arizona, Texas, Atlanta, North Carolina, among others.

As Canslers recalls, her rise to starting her featured business goes all the back to her childhood days in Indiana.

“Growing up, it was always mandatory to keep the house clean,” said Cansler, who relocated from Arizona to Texas in 2015. “We had to do chores, no questions about that. So as I got older I became OCD (obsessive-compulsive disorder) with my children and everything had to be in place.”

Everything from the towels — “they had to be folded a certain way,” Cansler explained — to the floor which, according to this nuts-and-bolts businesswoman, had to be vacuumed “with the lines in the carpet,” she says without hesitation.

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Not only that, KC’s Touch has established a keen reputation for routinely bringing about a customer-first focus atmosphere, coupled with what Cansler describes as “old-fashioned values” derived from character and integrity, not to mention an “all in service” of providing its clients with the highest level of professionalism they deserve.

Interestingly and to her credit, Cansler never imagined that her immeasurable gifts for ensuring that things stay squeaky clean would ultimately blossom into a full fledge business.

“I always cleaned for friends and family and would have never considered it to be a business,” Cansler said. “Anyway, fast forwarding up to date…when I moved to Houston my daughter, Breanna, came out her bedroom and said, ‘Mom, my closet need KC’s Touch.’”

THAT’S NOT ALL SHE DOES — A entrepreneurial tenure that also include her functioning as an event and party planner, Cansler is presently enrolled at Houston Community College, where she’s pursuing an Associate of Arts Degree in Communications with an emphasis in Interior Designing.

And from that point on, Cansler explained, such a memory essentially marked the beginning of her organizational services, which have been in full operations for a little more than a decade.

How time flies when you’re having fun, doing what you love — a trend to which Cansler can greatly attest.

“It was at that moment a light come on in my head,” said Cansler, recalling her exchange with her daughter, which gave way to the very name of her business. “I loved the way it sounded and then I started with the business.”

Aside from overseeing the day-to-day operations of KC’s Touch, Cansler is longtime cosmetologist, whose career spans more than 30 years.

And the rest, as they say, was history.

“What I hadn’t realized is that I had (been engaging in) these services for years without ever giving it any thought…going to people’s homes and cleaning up bedrooms, bathrooms, and closets, just to name a few,” Cansler said. “There is a great need for my services, but some people are embarrassed to invite someone into their home and help them get organized, because it’s totally different from house-cleaning, which we offer those services as well.”

Currently, the Fort Wayne, Indiana native has been afforded the luxury working savoring the best of both worlds through her endeavors. But as she forthrightly explained during an interview this week with Making Headline News, KC’s Touch essentially has emerged as her first love, of sorts.

A entrepreneurial tenure that also include her functioning as an event and party planner, Cansler is presently enrolled at Houston Community College, where she’s pursuing an Associate of Arts Degree in Communications with an emphasis in Interior Designing.

For what it’s worth, she said her profession as the face of KC’s Touch gives her the golden opportunity to meet people from various walks of life, during which she customarily deems it essential to pass along some much-needed words of encouragement while doing what she’s loves the most.

A business that accommodates mostly individuals ranging in their mid-30’s and up, Cansler’s wealth of experience in organizational services has been put on display in a variety of places around the country, most notably Indiana, Arizona, Texas, Atlanta, North Carolina, among others.

“My desire is to help people get organized by implementing daily tasks,” said Cansler, who also announced the forthcoming release of her new book that’s scheduled to hit the market in late summer. “God has commissioned to be a beacon (of light) in the community…to give hope, to inspire, and encourage others.”

IN HER OWN WORDS — “I always cleaned for friends and family and would have never considered it to be a business,” Cansler said. “Anyway, fast forwarding up to date…when I moved to Houston my daughter, Breanna, came out her bedroom and said, ‘Mom, my closet need KC’s Touch.’”

Oh…and let’s not forget: to keep things clean.

Er…squeaky clean.

“I absolutely love helping people achieve and strive to their highest potential,” Cansler said. “Therefore, if someone needs some assistance with getting their homes in order, I would be happy to. A well-organized home promotes a healthy life and decreases depression and anxiety.”

She would undoubtedly know.

Her immeasurable track record speaks for itself.


For more information Houston-area Businesswoman Katina Cansler of KC’s Touch, call 832.865.4906. Also, connect with her via Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/katina.cansler or send email to: kgfministries@gmail.com.


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Memphis author Darryl Carr proving to be an exceptional role model to our youth as evidenced by his new book

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Ever since his childhood days of growing up in Gary, Indiana — a town that is approximately 25 miles from downtown Chicago, a town that is the native establishment of The Jackson 5, a family of musicians who influenced the sound of modern popular music — Darryl Carr steadfastly stayed true to himself.

Just like the globally-acclaimed Jacksons, amongst the things about which Carr was determined was not to become a product of his environment.

POETIC JUSTICE FOR ALL — Widely known as a giftedly talented poet, former U. S. Navy sailor, Darrl Carr is the mastermind behind the book entitled, “Life Pages: A Poetic Path To Self-Empowerment,” an informative and compelling project that made its official presence on the market on June 20, 2018.

“Lord don’t move the mountain, just give me the strength to climb. And if you don’t know where you are going, any road will get you there,” Carr, during a recent interview with Making Headline News, uttered for probably the umpteenth time.

Much to his delight, Carr, an accomplished and devoted military veteran, has gone to great lengths to not just climb, but to conquer arguably the grandest of mountains that life customarily had placed in his paths.

“I listened to hundreds of inner-city men and women from all over the United States on the issues that affected them the most, be it good or bad,” said Carr, recalling the assortment of memorable conversations in which he engaged during his two-plus-decade stint as a United States Navy sailor. “Some of these stories made me laugh and made me cry. But I listened, which we don’t do anymore.”

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To grasp a thorough understanding of why Carr essentially has steered clear of such potentially discouraging conversations from the past, look no further than how he’s gone about putting it faith on display, most notably through his immeasurable gifts as an author.

Widely known as a giftedly talented poet, Carr is the mastermind behind the book entitled, “Life Pages: A Poetic Path To Self-Empowerment,” an informative and compelling project that made its official presence on the market on June 20, 2018.

A book that is comprised of 120 pages, Carr’s “Life Pages: A Poetic Path To Self-Empowerment” is widely regarded as an anthology of stories, many of which are written in what this writer has dubbed the “hearts of the voiceless and the faithless,” as mentioned in a detailed description of his book at http://authorwebservices-xl.net/US/780900/.

LEAST HE FORGET — Ever since his days of growing up in Gary, Indiana — a town that is approximately 25 miles from downtown Chicago, a town that is the native establishment of The Jackson 5, a family of musicians who influenced the sound of modern popular music — Carr steadfastly stayed true to himself.

Not only that, Carr’s “Life Pages: A Poetic Path To Self-Empowerment” is what this gifted writer has also labeled a poetic path to self-empowerment with the will to survive all obstacles in one’s path, he emphasized.

“These stories — or poems — are feelings from the ghettos across this nation and the shores of the tear ducks on the faces of the black mothers who lose their children due to the senseless murders on our urban streets,” said a spokesperson for Carr’s book at http://authorwebservices-xl.net/US/780900/. “I trust that, among other things, you will come away with the distinct understanding of the thought processes of the inner-city youth and the day-to-day struggles of growing up in today’s society. This is a quest to figure out where the black youth belongs in this swath of earth called America.”

PASSING THE TORCH — Acknowledging, among other things, that we must be role models to “children and not just our children,” the feedback for Carr’s “Life Pages: A Poetic Path To Self-Empowerment” has been overwhelmingly favorable, as expected.

As Carr explained, God introduced him to the awe-inspiring vision some 20 years ago to assemble his book, one that has turned the heads of many for all the right reasons in such a brief timeframe since its release.

“I captured their reality in the diary of my heart,” said Carr, still recalling those memorable conversations from his days of serving the country. “I arrived at this cross road, “We’re from different hoods, but the same streets. Listening to their pages of life, it ignited a fire in my heart to tell their stories in a poetic form while embracing our past. Let’s be brutally frank and acknowledge that many of our kids are following in the same crippled footsteps and tell-tale footprints laid down by black-on-black crime, often in the turbulent wake of poor parental guidance, and indifference. If we don’t re-double our commitment to bettering their lot in life, we’re equally as culpable for their eventual outcomes.”

Acknowledging, among other things, that we must be role models to “children and not just our children,” the feedback for Carr’s “Life Pages: A Poetic Path To Self-Empowerment” has been overwhelmingly favorable, as expected.

FAITH ON TRIAL — To grasp a thorough understanding of why Carr essentially has steered clear of such potentially discouraging conversations from the past, look no further than how he’s gone about putting it faith on display, most notably through his immeasurable gifts as an author.

“Several people bought the book and said they couldn’t put it down…even reading it at work on break,” Carr said. “(They) want to post a couple of poems on their Facebook page. I had a woman posting the poem, ‘Black Diamond,’ in her little girls’ room, because it was inspiring. A man said the poem, ‘Love Don’t Live Here Anymore” made him drop a tear for our children.”

Having begun writing over two decades ago, Carr contends that he never envisioned becoming an author, let alone one who’s making a strong case that he destined to have a global impact.

For years to come, mind you.

“(I was) just writing down laughter and pain while (reminiscing on) the stories I was listening to,” Carr said. “(Then) God got His fingerprints all over me and my pad in doing this book.”

The rest, as they say, was history.

“My message to (my reading) audience is simple and Dr. (Martin Luther) King Jr. said it best: ‘There’s nothing in all the world more dangerous than sincere ignorance and conscientious stupidity. You have the morale obligation to be intelligent. We must teach our kids to strive for excellence and don’t move the mountain. Give them strength to climb.’”

Something this notable military-veteran-turned-writer has done masterfully.

MISSION ACCOMPLISHED — Having begun writing over two decades ago, Carr contends that he never envisioned becoming an author, let alone one who’s making a strong case that he destined to have a global impact.

Ever since he left good ole Gary, Indiana.

“God should’ve cut me off years ago, yet and still, He allowed me to be a beacon of light to the inner city as an African American child…while their father’s locked behind bars…and mankind,” Carr said.

Little did he realize, God had strategically set him aside for his use — even when he was too young to full understand.

For more information about Mid-South-area Author Darryl Carr, or to schedule him for a public appearance, book signing or speaking engagement, connect with him via social media under: Darryl Carr. Also, send email to: darrylraycarr2323@gmail.com


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Indiana-based author Quiandrea Borders on her inspiring newly-released book: ‘Grow through what you go through’

No, in all these things we are more than conquerors through him who loved us. (Romans 8:37)

 

MORE THAN A CONQUEROR — A graduate of Arkansas State University who holds degrees in Criminology and Sociology, God essentially added yet another supernatural blessing to Quiandrea Borders’ writing repertoire when He stilled within the perseverance and wherewithal to assemble the book, “The Adjusted Crown.”

DALLAS — Say what you want about Quiandrea Borders.

But come hell or high water, whether her faith appears bleak and she seem on the brink of landing on shaky ground, know this about this devout, progressively resilient woman of faith:

She knows full well she is more than a conqueror through Him Who loves her.

That, by all accounts, practically sums up why Borders, a young, gifted writer since she was 12 years of age, deems it essential to often to put her feelings and personal experiences in writing, a trend that has benefited her mightily ever since God strategically introduced her to such a notable gift.

“I’ve been writing since I was 12, but never knew I had what it took to write a book until two years ago,” Borders, 32, a single mother of one, told Making Headline News this week.

THE FINISHED HARDWARE — A paperback written document that is comprised of 122 pages, Borders — who began writing her book in 2015 — needed somewhere in the neighborhood of two years to construct a project that officially hit the market back on June 13.

A graduate of Arkansas State University who holds degrees in Criminology and Sociology, God essentially added yet another supernatural blessing to Borders’ writing repertoire when He stilled within the perseverance and wherewithal to assemble the book, “The Adjusted Crown.”

A paperback written document that is comprised of 122 pages, Borders — who began writing her book in 2015 — needed somewhere in the neighborhood of two years to construct a project that officially hit the market back on June 13.

For Borders, a native of Jonesboro, Arkansas who presently resides in Indiana, that she has finally made her authorship debut undoubtedly is testament of her solid work ethic, particularly as it pertains to accomplishing her educational goals, thus going to great lengths to create a favorable environment for her daughter.

MISSION ACCOMPLISHED — Interesting enough, while Border endured an array of hurdles about which she had to clear during the writing process of her book — “I grew discouraged and side tracked,” she said — she finally completed her book in February of this year, thus effectively reaching her divine message’s finish line as a result.

Borders’ “The Adjusted Crown” is a book that encourages individuals to turn their pain into power, said a spokesperson for her book in a detailed description at Amazon.com.

In addition, Borders specifically acknowledged that after having endured a slew of failed relationships, dealing with the intense challenges that are affiliated with being a single parenting, having faced domestic abuse and being raised without a father, her initial book is vital and life-changing in that it helps an oppressed and spiritually wounded people recapture — and retain — the crown for God has strategically reserved for them.

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AND THE WINNER IS…For her valiant efforts as a notable author, coupled with her remarkable contributions to the community, Borders was recently named one of three nominees for the inaugural TAP Awards Author Of The Year during an event that will that place November 11 at her college alma mater.

That, after all, is explains why keeping one’s crown adjusted at all times is absolutely essential, this writer suggests.

“The fight within is priceless when God gets the glory out of the situation,” Borders explained. “This book also encourages you to keep your faith in God and always keep His word hidden in your heart. A scripture and a prayer a day will keep the devil away.”

In Borders’ “The Adjusted Crown,” she even sends what appears to be a direct message to women.

“The reason I chose to write this memoir was to inspire, encourage and strengthen women all over the world no matter what life throws at you,” Borders said. “I have gotten tremendous feedback from my readers thus far. Several women have been inspired and encouraged to keep pushing forward and boss up.”

HER PRIDE AND JOY — For Borders, a native of Jonesboro, Arkansas who presently resides in Indiana, that she has finally made her authorship debut undoubtedly is testament of her solid work ethic, particularly as it pertains to accomplishing her educational goals and going to great lengths to create a favorable environment for her daughter.

Interesting enough, while Borders endured an array of hurdles about which she had to clear during the writing process of her book — “I grew discouraged and side tracked,” she said — she finally completed the book in February of this year, thus effectively reaching her divine message’s finish line as a result.

“The divine message that I want all my readers to know is regardless of life’s obstacles, there is hope,” Borders said.

So what are saying, devout woman of faith?

“Turn your pain into power and trust the process,” said Border, adding that a second edition of The Adjusted Crown is presently in the works. “Always keep God first and that there is a plan and purpose for everything you go through. Grow through what you go through.”

For her valiant efforts as a notable author, coupled with her remarkable contributions to the community, Borders was recently named one of three nominees for the inaugural TAP Awards Author Of The Year during an event that will that place November 11 at her college alma mater.

Also, she has been invited to the nationally-acclaimed “I Didn’t Know My Own Strength” Tour September 2 in Little Rock, Arkansas, during which she will share of her testimonies that ultimately gave way to her composing her first book.

DEFYING THE ODDS — Borders specifically acknowledged that after having endured a slew of failed relationships, dealing with the intense challenges that are affiliated with being a single parenting, having faced domestic abuse and being raised without a father, her initial book is vital and life-changing in that it helps oppressed and spiritually wounded people retain the crown for God has strategically reserved for them.

“I’ve always had a desire to work with young ladies ages 16-25, and writing this memoir has opened up different opportunities for my vision to come to pass,” Borders said. “My heart’s desire is to start my own private charter school for younger ladies that will teach them how to thrive in the world as women with standards, morals and values and those who know their worth.”

Talk about making some major, awe-inspiring moves.

Say what you want about Quiandrea Borders.

But come hell or high water, whether her faith appears bleak and seem on the brink of landing on shaky ground, know this about this devout woman of faith:

She knows well she is more than a conqueror through Him Who loves us.

 

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Andre Johnson is Founder and Publisher for Making Headline News. A 2000 graduate of the University of Memphis School of Journalism and a former staff reporter the Memphis Commercial Appeal newspaper, Johnson covers the NBA Southwest Division from Dallas, Texas. To reach Johnson, send email to andre@makingheadlinenews.com or to memphisgraduate@yahoo.com. Also, follow him on Twitter @AJ_Journalist.