Sistergirl Devotions aims to help women in the workplace fulfill their work in building the Kingdom of God no matter what kind of work they do. Scripture and words of wisdom encourage women to grow their faith where they are. Each topic addressed - respect, resourcefulness, image, timeliness, honesty, setbacks, balancing work, church, and home - concludes with a "Power Move" that will drive you toward victory. Paperback.
Finally, a book of meditations for African American women that understands the world they live in. Centering on the lessons God teaches us at work, at church, and in our relationships, this book of devotions uses stories and settings that will resonate with women of color--urban life, office culture, and the leading of the Spirit in things large and small. Using Scripture, conventional wisdom, and stories from the African American community, each devotional will show women how their faith can empower them to have success on the job--at whatever workplace they find themselves. With topics such as respect, resourcefulness, image, timeliness, honesty, negativity, and balancing work and home, each devotion ends with a "power move"--practical affirmations that will move readers toward success at work.
Carol M. Mackey is editor-in-chief of the award-winning Black Expressions Book Club, the largest African American book club in the nation. She has been named among the 50 Most Powerful African Americans in Publishing by Black Issues Book Review and has been featured in Literary Divas: The Top 100+ Most Admired African-American Women in Literature. In March 2012 was put on Ebony's "Cool List" for Sistergirl Devotions. Widely recognized as a leading expert on African American book buyers, Mackey sits on the board for the National Book Club Conference. She has appeared on CBS-TV's morning news show in New York and is often interviewed by other media outlets on the state of African American publishing. She lives in New York with her family.