A Father’s Touch

A Memoir

by Arleshia McMichael



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 8/29/2021

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 48
ISBN : 9781663228116
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 48
ISBN : 9781663228109

About the Book

According to the enemy, author Arleshia McMichael should be dead by now. She’s been through so much in her life, but God has sustained her. In A Father’s Touch, she narrates her life story, focusing on her faith and communicating that no matter what you experience, God always covers you. McMichael chronicles her trials and tribulations and all of the times she’s been tested, and she shares examples of how God has walked beside her. Through her story, she provides inspiration, encouraging you to follow your dreams and not allow others’ plans for you to overpower what God has in store for you. Don’t get too busy in life that you forget to pray, study the word, and make your request known to God. Be still and hear from God. Focusing on McMichael’s relationships, A Father’s Touch offers insight into one woman’s life but also delivers important lessons about putting God first.

About the Author

Arleshia McMichael is a loving wife, mother, daughter, sister, and friend. Most importantly of them all, she is a child of God. Arleshia has achieved many personal goals; she is an author, Early Educator, CEO of Poverty 2 Prosperity PS Inc, and the list goes on. As a visionary, she has inspired so many people throughout her life. Arleshia has been blessed with many gifts. One of the many projects that Arleshia works in continuously is her nonprofit organization Poverty 2 Prosperity PS Inc which she helps bring meals, financial freedom, jobs, volunteer work, and community wellness around the state of Georgia. She values family, loyalty honesty, integrity, and empowering others. She is well known for being unique in everything she does and touch. Arleshia is a true woman of God. If she could use a line to describe her life and herself, she would say “I’ve been bent but never broken.”