G. Nadine Davis

Born in West Point, Georgia, G. Nadine Davis survived her tumultuous early life and young adulthood to become an ordained minister. She has served in ministry for over thirty years and currently serves at Charlotte Christian Fellowship Discipleship Ministry as well as Moms in Prayer International where she serves on their Appalachian Division Team. She has served as a deaconess, a Bible study coordinator for women’s ministry, and an overseer for small group ministry management and development.

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She has served in ministry for over thirty years. Currently serving as a Deaconess at Steele Creek Church of Charlotte Eastfield Campus. She and her husband both oversee Charlotte Christian Fellowship which is a community outreach with a mission to proclaim the Gospel and make disciples. She is also the Founder of The Women Who Overcome Ministry, encouraging and equipping hurting women to trust in Jesus through yearly conferences and a 1-on-1 Discipleship Study.

Nadine is married and has four children and eleven grandchildren. She is also a spiritual mother to many. She is strongly committed to sharing the Gospel, making disciples and prayer. She credits her dramatic life change to her own mother’s prayers for her and her siblings.


Life’s Uncertain Journey:
One Woman’s Battle For Her Sanity, Her Marriage and Her Family

Sometimes the most inspirational stories come from the most hopeless places. In this powerful testimony, author G. Nadine Davis tells what could have been a tragic tale of her early life, which was filled with anger, rebellion, tragedy and trauma.

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After being pressured into marriage at a very young age, Davis makes one bad decision after another, putting herself and her family at risk. A second marriage to a drug dealer nearly destroys her, as she battles depression, drugs, and demons. The odds seem endlessly stacked against her, and taking her own life seems like her best option. How can anyone hope to recover from such desperate circumstances?

Only God could save her from the evil that had overcome her. When He enabled her to hear His voice, a stunning transformation follows—one that brings her a fulfilling family life and ministry of hope to hurting women. As the reader follows the author on her uncertain journey, Davis provides illumination and inspiration through scripture and the many stories of God turning tragedies into triumphs.

Like Davis, you don’t have to go through life alone. Allow her story to guide you as you find God on your own path.

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