Candice Ordered Steps Johnson
Candice "Ordered Steps" Johnson is an award-winning choreographer, dancer, dance ministry coach, speaker, mentor, actress and best-selling author. As the artistic director of ORDERED STEPS PRODUCTIONS Dance Company (KHVN Heaven 97 Five-time Dance Ministry of the Year, Texas Gospel Music Excellence Dance Ministry of the Year 2017, Key of Gospel Dance Ministry of the Year 2017), Candice has ministered in dance for countless churches, concerts, schools, events, music videos, television appearances and has opened for national recording artists such as Israel Houghton, Chrystal Rucker, Shirley Caesar, Tamela Mann, Fred Hammond, Michael W. Smith, Marvin Sapp, Kierra Sheard, Crystal Aikin, Andrea Helms, Dorinda Clark-Cole, Bishop Vaughn Cortez, Chante Moore, Phil Perry, Tony Terry, Trent Cory, Myron Butler, Charles Jenkins, Marvin Winans, Vanessa Bell Armstrong, Crystal Aikin, B Slade, Tamela Mann, Jonathan McReynolds, Tony Terry, John P. Kee, Travis Green, Anthony Brown, Earnest Pugh, Judy Jacobs and a host of others! She currently serves as an official choreographer for Emmy award-winning Black Academy of Arts & Letters’ Civil Rights Movement Concert airing on CBS Television. When she is not dancing or teaching, Candice is a freelance writer and author, with two solo novels under her belt (Practice What You Praise & When All Praise Breaks Loose), dance ministry workbooks No Extra Blessings & Get the Pointe, inspirational book - Cry…But KEEP GOING, founder of Random Acts of Praise blogZINE as well as The Key Exchange Instagram Q & A , and is part of Brown Girls Books’ national best-selling anthology, Single Mama Dating Drama – dancing from her keyboard to the hearts of the people!
Cry...But KEEP GOING
by Candice Ordered Steps Johnson
Tears are not a sign that you are weak - they are a sign that you have hope! In "Cry...But Keep Going" author Candice "Ordered Steps" Johnson provides a collection of testimonies, affirmations, devotions and prayers to help those with a hopeless heart acknowledge their tears, but find the strength to press on. It's alright to to cry...but you gotta keep going!
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