About Kwesi Williams

Kwesi Williams is a Christian who sincerely believes that people are God’s greatest treasure. That’s the most important part. He’s the author of SCREAM which chronicles his journey from the hopelessness of pretense and religion to the freedom found in authentic and transparent relationship with God and others. You may also want to know that he has been a youth ministry practitioner since the age of 16 (for half of his life), most recently serving on the pastoral staff of a church in the Washington Metropolitan area as the full-time youth minister for five years. Originally from Trinidad, Kwesi relocated to the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area as a teenager, struggling to get free from the baggage of an abusive adolescence. After finding his own SCREAM, he has helped others to begin their healing process. Refreshingly difficult to label, Kwesi is a thinker who feels challenged to minister to young people’s practical needs, as well as providing an environment for worship and fellowship that is relevant to post-moderns. Kwesi is also a gifted songwriter and singer, anointed worship leader, great father to son Kaleb and daughter Kharon, mentor to many and excellent cook, particularly of jerk chicken. Through fifteen years together, I have witnessed his SCREAM, and I am proud to call him my husband. Tania K. Williams

Let Hope In by Pete Wilson

The book Let Hope In (4 Choices That Will Change Your Life Forever) by Pete Wilson is an easy-to-read book that focuses on different ways in which hope can cause your life to improve.  The book is a little more than two hundred pages and is a good read for those looking for encouragement. In four different ways, Wilson wants us to understand key principles of transformation. Transformation takes a change in thinking and deliberate decisions to do things differently. In essence, the message of the book can be summed up with an old adage. If you want something different, do something different.

Give up transferring and work on transformation. Focus on being okay instead of not being okay. Learn to trust others instead of just learning how to please others. Free people from their hurt and stop causing them to hurt. These four discussions will allow the reader to evaluate whether they are doing what the bible says, in applicable areas of their lives. The discussion will draw you in but only as far as you are willing to go.

Transformation is a choice, as is conformity. Change is uncomfortable and comfort can be confining. Will you trust God and do what it takes to change? Will you remain in a state of discontent and allow yourself to believe you can no longer grow? The choice is yours. Let hope in and change your life forever.

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