Nigerian author and daughter of missionaries Stella Okoronkwo offers a new book she said contains powerful biblical teachings and true testimonies about worship and praise to "transport believers to a higher dimension in all areas of life." She promises her new manuscript "The Power of Worshipping God" gives readers the key to transforming lives for the better.
Anyone who is hungry to know God more or wants to experience the power of God in a greater dimension should read this book, Okoronkwo said. It is also meant for those whose lives are full of challenges, obstacles, confusion, losses, addiction or sadness, she adds.
Within "The Power of Worshipping God," the following questions will be explored:
- Is genuine salvation and total deliverance possible for one's soul?
- Can one experience more anointing and feel God's power in life, business or ministry?
- Can the garment of praise clothe everyone daily and the oil of joy inundate lives?
- What about having God's hand upon one's life each and every day?
"After reading the entire Book of Psalms up to three times, I began to practice what I learned about praising and worshipping God in spirit and in truth. My life took a new turn for the better, and my life was inundated with joy each time I spent quality time in the presence of God," she said.
"In His presence there is fullness of joy."
Okoronkwo has written 15 books, some of which were produced in French. A development agent involved in the fight against poverty, hunger and diseases in Africa through capacity building, she has two master's degrees: one from Wheaton Graduate School in Illinois, and the other from Malmo University in Sweden.
She is a university lecturer who resides with her family in Cote d'Ivoire, from where she and her husband, Gilbert, continue to impact people through electronic and print media as well as through secular and spiritual development programs.