May 25, 2020
An Author, Speaker, and Philanthropist, Shawanda R. Randolph has dedicated her life to helping people live out their God-given purpose. An Alumna of Wilmington University and Fuller Theological Seminary, Shawanda has authored such books as Fresh Manna: Journey To A New Beginning (2018), and is featured in the Best-Selling Book, 20 Beautiful Women, Vol 6 (2018) where she shares her story of overcoming adversity and learning to live “in purpose and on purpose.” Her most recent book, Seeing God: Hope For A New Land (2019), explores the barriers we created and must overcome in order to live in community as God designed to create HOPE for the future generations.
Retired from the U.S. Air Force, Shawanda currently resides in Arizona, with her son, where she has established DeeCilla Comfort Center to support youth and young adult survivors of sexual and domestic violence, and human trafficking.
In this episode, Shawanda and I discuss:
“The greatest strength comes from being vulnerable and realizing that you can't do it all on your own. Allow yourself to be vulnerable enough to have strong people in your life that will help hold you up and will have your back.” — Shawanda Randolph
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Website: DeeCilla Comfort Center
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Twitter: DeeCilla Comfort Center (@DeecillaC)
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