Author Tamara South Recounts God’s Miracles in her Life in New Book,Healing From Within
In her new book, Healing From Within, author Tamara South shows readers that God still works miracles even in the midst of their trials and struggles. South believes that if it were not for the biblical accounts of the Apostle Paul, Job, Queen Esther, King David, and the Apostle John in Scripture, we would never know how to properly deal with the trials and troubles that we face in our lives.
Healing From Within also tells the story of Tamara South’s personal encounter with Jesus Christ. She went from being suicidal to praising God through her experience with the Son of God. And in the pages of this book, she describes her troublesome past and her hope for a triumphant future. Her powerful testimony of God’s grace and a collection of beautifully written poetry will encourage readers to face their hardships boldly and step into the lifestyle that God wants them to live.
Tamara Nicole South was born on June 28, 1981 in Bronx, NY. She lost her mother at the age of six and her father at thirteen. She enjoys writing poetry, singing, crocheting, bowling and meeting new people. Tamara seeks to help other children overcome the bereavement of parents. Tamara received her undergraduate degree in Human Development from Binghamton University and received her Masters degree from New York University. She is an active member in her church serving on the bereavement ministry and children’s hour story teller. and seeks to start a scholarship fund for orphans. She has spoken to children at public schools about self esteem and performed spoken word at many different church functions.
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Tamara N South is the founder of Simply T Nicole lifestyle blog she seeks to inspire, uplift and encourage others in Christ. Tamara has been featured in Ebony, HypeHair magazine, Today and 2014 chosen as Family Dollar Blogger. She is a writer for Huffington Post. She has a Master degree from New York University in Sociology of Education.