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Claiming Our Divine Super Powers with Author Tracy Spence-Banks
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Shonell Bacon
July 2010
Contributor
Written by
Shonell Bacon
July 2010
“Writing is not in my blood...it’s my DNA.”
These words come from our latest featured author at ChickLitGurrl: high on LATTES & WRITING, a woman who has always made me laugh and always made me feel in her desire to be an inspiration to others, Tracy Spence-Banks. She comes to CLG this month to talk to us about her book, Super Woman: A Guide to Tapping Into Your Divine Super Powers.







About Super Woman

As women, we wear many different hats within the family structure. Wife, mother, sister, businessperson, cook, maid, chauffeur...the list never ends. So how can we tackle so many different aspects of our lives and not get beaten down by them?

Super Woman will take you through the seven divine super powers needed to live a fulfilling and peaceful life through heart-warming anecdotes, off-beat humor, and of course, the proven Word of God.

It finishes up with a small bible study, which is easy to follow, yet thought-provoking. It asks questions that allow you to dig deeper in order to tap into your own divine super powers.


When asked, Now, we know the super woman is constantly on the move. And we know that the only way a super woman can be such a mover and shaker and give to everyone is to first give to herself. A super woman is only as good as her ability to take care of self. What advice do you give to the super woman who needs to nurture her own spirit and interests, Tracy replied:

"Spend time in the presence of God. There is no other way to become a super woman and maintain your God-given powers. We have to understand that these “powers” are not by our own hand or by being born on the planet Krypton or being bitten by a radioactive spider. They are given to us by the Father in order to keep us focused, grounded, and prepared for whatever comes our way. They were instilled in ever woman at birth and began when Eve was cast out of the Garden of Eden. God put enmity between us and the devil, so he has a special hatred for women. We ratted him out and now he’s out to destroy us. God made certain that we are well-equipped to defeat any attack he has waiting for us, but if we don’t tap into those divine super powers, the enemy will ultimately defeat us."


Definitely stop by ChickLitGurrl: high on LATTES & WRITING, where Tracy talks more about the Super Woman Syndrome, our need to connect to the divine, and more.



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