About the Book
This collection of testimonies addresses many of life’s challenges and demonstrates how God has given us the victory. Written by members of The Remnant of Hope International Church, this anthology features testimonies about overcoming:
Being a Widow
A broken heart
After each testimony is a word of encouragement, Heap of Hope, to elaborate on God’s capacity to restore you. Not only will you find yourself in the pages of this book, but you will find Hope in Jesus Christ, our solid rock!
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Anthology Co Author
Suzanne Middleton currently living in Calvert County, Maryland. She was born on July 10, 1969 to (the late) Joseph “Cornbread” Middleton and Susie Parker Middleton. She is the proud mother of DaJour Alexander Clayton and Trinity Amour Clayton. She is the proud grandmother of Voisier Alphonzio Clayton, and Nasier Amir Clayton. She has four sisters, Roxanne Fletcher, Victoria Middleton, Lynn Middleton and her beautiful sister Laura Middleton, whom she never had the opportunity to meet before her passing. Three of Suzanne’s close friends include, Terra Holton, Alicia Washington and her first cousin, Angel Gray; whom she has been inseparable with since childhood.
Suzanne Middleton was ordained as a Minister in 2014. Since then she joined The Remnant of Hope International Church in October of 2017. Where she is currently serving on the Praise & Worship Team, The Voices of Hope Church Choir and the Praise and Prayer Conference Committee.
Suzanne enjoys taking out time to enjoy Gods creations. She also enjoys going to the beach, fishing, trying new restaurants, spending time with family, her friends, riding her motorcycle and taking landscape photographs. She is currently taking a photography training class with Tracey and DeVonna Franklin of Dream Life Visionz Photography.
Suzanne is planning on getting two or more books published in the future. And she is committed to saying, Jesus is her first love. And He is the best thing that ever happened for her.