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Constance Cooper was born and raised in the spring of 1972 in Richmond, California. Now the single mother of four beautiful children, she is a cosmetologist, make up artist by profession and a lover of fashion—she loves her shoes and handbags.
Constance has been a member of Tree of Life Empowerment Ministries, of Oakland, CA., then received her healing and deliverance at Grace Bible Fellowship in Antioch, CA. As a new member of New Birth Church of Pittsburgh, California, she has never been interested in titles. “I believe titles have some how corrupted a lot of very anointed pastors, ministers, evangelists, psalmists and every other title you can think of,” she says. Constance is living for Christ everyday now serving as a praise dancer, choir member and minister of the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
Loving God and His children, she desires to help and save the lost with a passion to make the young, as well as mature women, see how beautiful they truly are inside and out. Conscious that only God knows what will take place in her life and where He is taking her, she maintains a willingness to go. “With Christ all things are possible.”
Constance cherishes the time she spends with God in His Word, His Presence, and His love. Among her other passions is family, wholeness and growing in His Word together and allowing Him to direct their paths through faith. “For without faith it is impossible to please God.”
She desires to please Him by being transparent in order to get the lost to believe that there is still hope for them. Through the testimony of “The Chronicles of Connie,” she endeavors to give that hope to a lost and dying world--that with Jesus we all have hope, because our hope is in Him and that they will be free just like her. “For whom the Son sets free is free indeed.”
“Thank you Jesus for setting me free. I love you all,” says Constance Cooper.
Christine Brooks Martin
on April 08, 2011 :
The "Chronicles of Connie" tells it like it was for this young lady, who was caught up in the snares of substance abuse and emotional hardship. Her undying faith in God turned out to be her strength and deliverance.
(reviewed the day of purchase)