(Orange, Texas)

December 15, 2012

Minister Brenda Buie-Pearson releases her first book, “You Will Grow!”

Special to The Leader
The Orange Leader

ORANGE — Local author, Minister and Evangelist, Brenda Buie Pearson is announcing the release of her new book entitled, “You Will Grow”.  

“The book,” Pearson explains, “was written to help Christians grow in their relationship with God. As we journey through this life, the things that we experience tend to weigh us down and cause us to want to give up. But, through reading this book, You Will Grow”.

The Foreword, written by Apostle Kevin G. Hall of Redeemed International Ministries in Houston, TX says that this about the book; “Every chapter of this book will bless you as you meditate on what you are reading.”

Apostle Jesse Hardin, Founder and Pastor of Power of Praise Christian Center Int'l in Orange, Texas says that this book, “For her to put pen to paper to articulate and share with others the very principles she has lived by, all her saved life is nothing short of remarkable.  Through the pages I could hear the heart of a woman who not only loves God but knows Him.”

Through reading “You Will Grow,” you will also discover the patience, peace, and love of God will keep you through your struggles. When you are one with Christ, growth is a spiritual necessity and a requirement, but it is also guaranteed. This book will cause increase in all who endeavor to pursue it.

Brenda Buie-Pearson is the wife of Minister Barry Dean Pearson. Brenda is the mother of six sons. Brenda ministers to the masses in their “Outreach Ministry”, conferences, Bible Studies, and church congregations. Brenda can be heard every Saturday afternoon on AM Gospel 1360 KWWJ, “Kingdom Builders Broadcast”, where she encourages, inspires, and challenges the listeners to fulfill their assignment God has given to them. Brenda is determined to complete her mandate. For one of her favorite sayings is, “I do not want to be caught with my works undone.”

Pearson is scheduled for a book-signing Dec. 22 at the Sixth Street Church of God in Christ and on Dec. 29 at Mount Zion of Missionary Baptist Church in Orange.