Book gives new insight about women’s role in kingdom building
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Book gives new insight about women’s role in kingdom building

Dr. Evelyn J. Williams-Reason releases ‘Women’s Role in Kingdom Building: Do You Know YOUR Role?’

 

RIALTO, Calif. – According to Dr. Evelyn J. Williams-Reason, the term “kingdom building” is the part when Christians play in persuading others to believe in Jesus Christ and accept him as their Lord and Savior. However, what is God’s plan for women in kingdom building? Williams-Reason answers this question in her book titled “Women’s Role in Kingdom Building: Do You Know YOUR Role?” (published by Xlibris).

 

For Williams-Reason, women can serve so many ways in kingdom building. The only problem is that many of them are searching in the wrong places and on the wrong pathways.  The book was written to give some guidelines as to where they may discover where God has chosen them to work.

 

“This book will appeal to readers because there are a great number of women who have a zeal of God, but not according to knowledge. Therefore, they are either working in the church, communities, or somewhere else they were not called by God to do or even worse, they are stranded somewhere doing absolutely nothing,” Williams-Reason says. “Men can learn a thing or two, and stop stereotyping what they call woman's work.”

 

Women’s Role in Kingdom Building: Do You Know YOUR Role?” aims to give readers  an insight as to what God is calling women and men to do in building “His Kingdom.” “When they read the last word and close the book, I want them to know they have a specific purpose and specific jobs to do while they are here,” Williams-Reason adds.

 

Women’s Role in Kingdom Building: Do You Know YOUR Role?”

By Dr. Evelyn J. Williams-Reason

Softcover | 6 x 9in | 62 pages | ISBN 9781514454695

E-Book | 62 pages | ISBN 9781514454688

Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

 

About the Author

Originally hailing from Houston, Texas, Dr. Evelyn J. Williams-Reason has been featured singing and acting since the age of 6, performing in the church and school arenas with ease. Relocating to Southern California was just the beginning of her career. Williams-Reason has provided lead and background vocals for many recording artists. She has performed live and/or recorded with Aretha Franklin, Al Green, Shirley Caesar, Albertina Walker, Walter Hawkins, Tramaine Hawkins, Yolanda Adams, Daryl Coley, Kurt Carr, Beverly Crawford, Norman Hutchins, Billy Preston, Dr. Bobby Jones and many more. She recorded and toured with the late Rev. James Cleveland for more than 12 years, as a member of The Los Angeles Gospel Messengers and the Gospel Music Workshop of America (GMWA), where she is currently section leader of its more than 1,200-voice National Mass Choir. She was a member of the Clara Ward Singers for several years, and is a member of 35 years with Rev. Alexander Hamilton & The Voices of Inspiration and The Los Angeles Chapter of GMWA. Founder of her own group, “Reasons To Sing,” she has served as choir director for many churches in the Southern California area. Williams-Reason is now on the advisory board of Next Dimension University, and is on the teaching staff of the same. She currently maintains a full-time job with the state of California, having retired from two other jobs, one in banking and the other in post-secondary education. She is a licensed cosmetologist and certified financial aid director in the state of California.

 

 

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