Felicia Edmond resides in Maryland with her husband and children. She has been homeschooling her children for many years. Felicia is a Minister, Author, Speaker, and Coach. She serves as an Elder in her local church with her husband preaching and ministering the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Felicia has also enjoyed serving and leading various non-profit organizations. Felicia has a passion for seeing people have breakthroughs and experiencing the love of God. Felicia has a Bachelor of Science in Accounting from Hampton University and a Master of Counseling from Trinity University. Felicia enjoys reading and spending time with her family and friends.
The Arise Devotional Book will assist you in starting your day focused on the promises of God. Arise focuses on your growth in Christ and going to new levels in Him. Arise focuses on letting go of the past, moving into the new in your purpose and relationships, and seeing the promises of God manifest in Your life. Arise is designed to assist you in gaining a new mindset as you persevere in each new area in your life that the Lord has for you. Each devotional will inspire you to move into your God-given destiny! Get prepared for Your New!
Five words to describe Arise.
God’s Glory, New, Forward, Called, Joy
Highlight from the book:
Qualified-It is God who qualifies us and not others. He equips for what we are called to do.
Purpose of the book:
That we can arise and receive God’s glory and move into what God has calls us to do no matter the limitations.
Themes and Common Thread:
That we are made new in Christ. We can move on from the past and push forward into the new. The best is yet to come.
Most fun to write and most challenging:
Most Fun: Was writing the poems. I love writing Christian poetry
Writing the reflection questions. It was out of my comfort zone but God moved through the writing.
What people may not know about me:
That my husband and I preach every Sunday online
Anything else I would like to share with readers.
To never give up. God’s plan is great. We just have to seek Him and walk in what He has for us.