Woman In The Pulpit eBook – Belief

What do you believe about yourself and what you want to accomplish? Do you believe you can accomplish your goals? Or do you think maybe you can? Or you just don’t know?

In order to achieve your goals, you are going to need an unwavering belief in your ability to  do what you set out to do.

Who are you listening to? Are you listening to your supporters? Or are you listening to the naysayers?

Regardless of what the outside voices are saying, you have a voice deep within that you should listen to for direction and guidance. The voice within will never lead you astray. It is the voice of faith.

Oftentimes, you are too busy to stop and listen. You feel that you have to race through life so no one will catch you. And when trouble comes you quit because you were  not totally committed to your goals.

Do you really, truly believe that you can achieve what you set out to do? Then don’t let others stop you.

If you really believe you are called to do something, you will find a way to make it happen. Go under, through, or around the obstacle.  But make it happen.

What you believe will determine your level of success. Believe in you!

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Woman In The Pulpit eBook Going Global

Grace Alexander has an unstoppable sense of confidence! Woman In The Pulpit is available around the globe wherever books are sold.


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Woman In The Pulpit eBook – Why

Why do you do what you do?

When you can answer this question, nothing will be able to stop you from achieving your goals.


You will continue to meet obstacles, but you will find another way! You will continue to meet people who will pour cold water on your dreams, but they won’t stop you! You will continue to fall down, but you will rise back up because you know why you are on this journey!

Every day think about why you are on this particular path. Every morning before I begin work, I write out my ‘why’. I may not finish what’s on my plate every day, but I definitely know why I’m doing it. And it serves as a great motivator to begin the next day with excitement.

So find out your ‘why’ and do the impossible!

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Woman In The Pulpit eBook – Be Unstopppable

You can achieve any goal, if you don’t give up. Now is the time to stop being afraid to move forward. Now is the time to stop giving up on your dreams. Make up your mind that you are going to go after what you want. Do it step-by-step. That’s all it takes. One step at a time. Before you know it you will be well on way to reaching your destination.


This is your time to stand in your truth. Be committed to taking one action every day towards your BIG goal. Take responsibility for your life.

You are bigger than the forces which try to stop you. Make up your mind that no matter what happens you are not going to be stopped.

I now pronounce you UNSTOPPABLE!


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Christmas Program Mistaken Identity – Woman In the Pulpit

I’m sure all of you have had instances of people mistaking you for someone other than who you really are. How do you deal with it? Do you go along to get along? Do you immediately correct the person? Or does your reaction depend on the circumstances?


The first Christmas after I became Senior Pastor I was in the narthex greeting attendees of the Christmas program. When an unfamiliar face arrived, I made sure to go over to greet the person. I went over to greet one such person and asked if she was a visitor. She stated that she was a regular attendee of the church, but not a member.

To demonstrate that she was a regular attendee, she said, “You are Deacon Brown’s wife, aren’t you?”

“No, I am Rev. Dr. Grace Alexander, pastor of the church,” I stated.

Her mouth immediately flew open. She was caught. She was definitely not a regular attendee or she would have known that I had been pastor for the past 6 months.

I could not have said anything. I could have let her be surprised when I gave my opening remarks at the beginning of the program. But I couldn’t let a mistaken identity pass without addressing it.

I could have wondered if I corrected her, would she come back to the church. But that should never be a concern.

Know who you are and state who you are! Never let a mistaken identity stand, not even for a few minutes.

I am reminded of a friend who allowed a mistaken identity to stand. She was pastor of a church. However, the man she was dating lived in the same state but in another city. He believed that women should not be pastors. He was very involved in his church and attended every Sunday. She never told him that she was a minister, and certainly not a pastor.

Soon there was talk of marriage. Only then did she invite him to an afternoon program at her church. However, she never told him that she was pastor. He did not discover it until he walked into the program and saw her preaching.

He immediately ended the relationship.

Many months of their lives were wasted because a mistaken identity was allowed to stand.

So, women in the pulpit, be secure in who you are. And never let a mistaken identity stand.

This holiday season take a break and read about my challenges in Woman In The Pulpit

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