The 21st Century Perspective of a Christian Woman and their garments of Spirituality is the focus of this first book of a two-book analogy. What is the temperature of your Spiritual garment? What does your walk show? How does that garment fit? When garments do not fit well they usually need altering. When our walk does not mirror Jesus', we need to check the pattern (Word) and sew up the rip in our garments; which pattern are you using? Women do not like ill-fitting garments whether it is a rip or tear in their clothing. A physical garment with a tear in it is noticeable to all and as is a tear noticeable in our spiritual garments; it affects how others see or perceive your walk in Christ. This Perspective begins with the Garments of a Christian Woman with examples of Women of the Old Testament those who were obedient and disobedient.
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Carlotta Maria Shinn Russell, mother, is a resident of the State of Alabama; she makes her home in the city of Mobile. She has a Masters of Business Administration and a Masters of Art in Communication. She is presently a Business and Communication Instructor at Faulkner University. She is a lecturer, speaker, storyteller, debate trainer, and author of nine books. She is the 2014 Dahlonega, Georgia Southern Regional Literary competition winner in the Civil Rights Category with her book: I lived on the Other Side of the Line: The 1960's Civil Rights era through the Eyes of a Child. In 2017, her book and book Trailer Simone': Tuscany the Saga Began and Continues, were presented in the Frankfurt International Book Festival and the book at AJC National Book Festival. She is a Member of Toastmasters International with an ACB; The American Association of University Women (AAUW) and President of Mobile Branch; a Stanford Who's who among Business Professionals; and community service worker in other organizations.