Nothing Shall Separate Me: From Despair to Deliverance

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Studio Griffin, 2021 - Biography & Autobiography - 172 pages

For Monique Headecker-Green, life is more than the mistakes we make or the things we're often too ashamed to share. Because of the life she's lived and the experiences she's had, she can boldly declare that "Nothing Shall Separate Me" from God; and if that declaration is true of her, then it can be true for you too. In her new memoir, Monique paints a picture of the God who has been with her in the good and bad, who has kept her since she was a child in New York, who was with her during the heartbreaks she experienced, the drug use that should have killed her, the teenage pregnancy, the abusive relationship that brought her to North Carolina, the work troubles and the cancer diagnoses. Through it all, Monique recounts how God was faithful and how, because of him, she can now encourage others to walk in truth and #livelifelimitless!

About the author (2021)

Monique (Nikki) Headecker-Green is a native New Yorker currently residing in the wonderful city of Raleigh, North Carolina, where she's lived for the past twenty-five years. She is a wife and a mother of two sons and a daughter. She went to school to become a medical assistant and an EMT in New York and a Veterinary Technician in North Carolina. In 2002, she started working at the Employment Security Commission, where she was employed for fifteen years until she received a Stage IV Metastatic Breast Cancer diagnosis. Even though this is her second battle fighting cancer (most recent a Terminal Stage IV diagnosis), she is thriving every day, trusting, and believing that the God she serves holds her life in His hands. She'll be the first to tell you her time is when God says, not man. After her separation from the Employment Security Commission, she started treatment, became a radio/internet talk show host on ALH Broadcasting, an affiliate of the Streaming Inspirational Broadcast Network, and started her beaded jewelry line. She lives in the present and enjoys every day she is alive.

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