by Tammie T. Tubbs
In I Still Have Joy, Tammie T. Tubbs delivers an inspirational message to everyone who feels like giving up, especially those whom the enemy has in bondage who think life is not worth living. She describes how death inspires her to turn misery into ministry. Through disappointment and devastation, she encourages her readers to trust God’s plan for their lives. The plan she presents for parents to follow is to nurture their children the godly way.
Tammie shares her life story of how she placed her teaching career on hold to care for her two disabled sons, a troublesome teenage brother-in-law, a loving husband, and a beautiful newborn baby girl. It is a mother’s struggle to balance her family and keep her mind sane. She encourages you to grab hold to the Word of God and know that “No weapon that is formed against you shall prosper.” This God-fearing woman boldly states that God is faithful and We Owe Him Praise for all he has allowed us to experience, whether it be good or bad.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Tammie T. Tubbs is one of the most loving and giving women one would ever encounter. When it comes to the needs of others, she puts her needs on hold. Her overall personality is as a go-getter, and she can get the job done but with the humility in her spirit, she would rather remain behind the scenes. She does everything from the heart and allows others to relish in the glory. This book was placed in her spirit while going through her ups and downs in life. She felt God, along with others in her life circle, came along and helped her put her struggles into an inspirational book. For others who may be going through the same issues or maybe even more, she encourages you to just press on and don’t quit. Tammie T. Tubbs is a survivor and you can be, too, if you put God first and trust in His Word. “No matter what obstacles you may encounter, view them as only a test of faith and you will find the power to overcome through Jesus Christ.”
Tammie and her husband, Terrance, are faithful members of True Vine Ministries World Outreach Fellowship in Fayetteville, North Carolina, where they serve under the leadership of Bishop Ernest W. Jones and First Lady Cynthia M. Jones. The Tubbs have established The Each One Reach One Tubbs Foundation for Spinal Muscular Atrophy in memory of their children, Terrance, Jr., and Aaron. Their goal is to meet the needs of SMA patients and their families as the Lord leads them.
(2006, paperback, 76 pages)
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