Kimberly E.M. Beasley
Kimberly Elizabeth Maddox-Beasley a native of Detroit, Michigan is the youngest of four siblings. She is happily married to the love of her life and soul mate. She and her husband of 15 years share 2 sons. Kimberly and her husband relocated to the great state of Texas in 2004 where they currently reside. Kimberly attended Texas Woman’s University where she majored in Social Work.
Kimberly is a Speaker, Spiritual teacher and Author. Her mission is to aid individuals in developing a better quality of life by building and strengthening their spirituality and consciousness of God. The desired result of authentic self-awareness, self-acceptance, self-worth, self-reliance, being effective and productive in all areas of life. Her methodology for achieving this is through literary works, lectures, workshops, conferences, study groups, blog, etc. Her desire is to see individuals thrive in their personal/familial lives.
Living with the chronic autoimmune disease Lupus w/Myositis, Kimberly is no stranger to struggle. As if Lupus wasn’t enough, also in 2013 she was diagnosed with an extremely rare cancer. To date I am happy to say her Lupus is controlled and her cancer is in remission. Her husband describes her as intelligent, beautiful and resilient.
Kimberly is a traditional woman with steadfast faith in God. She attributes her overcoming ability to her faith in God, love for herself, coupled with the love and support from her family.
At the core of her beliefs she loves truth, practices justice and pursues righteousness.
Where to find Kimberly E.M. Beasley online
Revelations Of My Heart
by Kimberly E.M. Beasley
In Revelations Of My Heart, Love is the central theme. It is an intimate collection of poems, prayers, notes and quotes. Revelations Of My heart has given me courage to be who I am; Nothing more, nothing less. My experiences no longer define me, I have finally defined myself!
My desire is that you are able to visualize the passages that I’ve penned and find hope throughout the journey.
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