by Minister Christina Walker
From addict to minister, Poems That Speak to the Spirit is a profound collection of writings that unravel the journey of Minister Christina Walker’s life.
Before being saved by God’s grace, Minister Walker fought a severe drug and alcohol addiction that left her confused and seeking spiritual fulfillment. Eventually she realized that accepting God in her life was her only solution to finding happiness. Through her poetry, Minister Walker seeks to inspire others to fully embrace God and accept His healing powers. She writes of love, faith, and hope in this collection that vividly traverses her metamorphosis into a dedicated and unwavering follower of God.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Minister Christina Walker, a native of Brooklyn, is actively involved in her community. She has six children, fourteen grandchildren, and four great-grandchildren. In addition to being involved in the Black Leadership Commission on AIDS, Minister Walker is the Director of the HIV/AIDS Ministry at Christ the Rock International Church.
Among her many accomplishments, she has been a speaker for several events, including the Legislative Breakfast sponsored by The Bedford-Stuyvesant Crown Heights Community Coalition on Research and Planning on February 27, 2003; CNR’s Pastoral Breakfast in 2002; and the AIDS Awareness Program in 2003. She also spoke for the legislature in Albany, NY for the “Fifty-plus Population.” When she is not involved in advocacy, Minister Walker enjoys writing, dancing, and teaching Bible study classes.
(2007, paperback, 62 pages)