The Girl Who Never Quit: The Life Story of a Determined Soul

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AuthorHouse, Jun 8, 2005 - Biography & Autobiography - 116 pages
Frances M. Cummings intimate autobiography, TheGirl Who Never Quit,describes her humble beginnings in rural growing up as the fourteenth child on the farm and picking cotton at age four. You will meet a child far beyond her years who at five years of age in second grade was ready to meet the challenges head-on and be more than a conqueror. This book takes the reader through ten phases of her life from birth to sixty-three years of age. You will read what Francessays about herself and why she was determined to not be deterred from achieving her goals. You will share her experiences as a change agentbringing about integration, marching on the African Embassy, surviving gunshots as a legislatorwhile being empowered to know there is wholeness and beauty in life after divorce. Franceshas always been motivated to be a leader and made every attempt to manifest character, competence, composure, and courage in reaching her goals on lifes pathway. It was not easy, she says, however, she felt confident and secure in her belief and faith. The Girl Who Never Quitis an extraordinary testimony of the power of faith and determination to overcome lifes insurmountable obstacles. Franceslife story affirms that Almighty Gods grace sets us free and makes us whole in our walk with Him and in our heart.
 

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Ms. Cummings received her Bachelor of Arts, Master of Science, and Vocational Education Administration certification from Livingstone College, North Carolina Central University, and UNC-Greensboro, respectively. She also received certification as a Business Manager from the State Department of Public Instruction, Raleigh, North Carolina.

Ms. Cummings has held numerous highly recognized leadership positions in the educational, religious, and political arenas and has had extensive travel—domestic and international including Africa—speaking to civic, religious, educational, and political assemblies and attending conventions.

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