Edgar Springs author’s new book brings strength, courage to hurting women
EDGAR SPRINGS, Mo. — This week marks the nationwide release of author Jamie Cantrell’s new self-help book, “Stolen Halos: Help for Hurting Women.”
“Stolen Halos” are for the broken rangers, injured princesses and angels whose halos have been missing. Many women find themselves to be victims as a result of a careless man. Most women don’t realize that their halos are stolen. That perfect woman of grace, dignity, strength and courage is missing. The woman God created from birth is lost.
Unfortunately, women are usually the targets and victims of men. Whether it is abuse, abandonment, neglect, selfishness or adultery, women take the hardest hits yet are still called upon to be the tower of strength. In “Stolen Halos,” readers will learn how to overcome their situation and their past, straight from a woman who has been there. Readers will find renewed strength, grace and joy in this enlightening book — just for women.
Published by Tate Publishing and Enterprises, the book is available through bookstores nationwide, from the publisher at www.tatepublishing.com/bookstore, or by visiting barnesandnoble.com or amazon.com.
Cantrell, who is an author, speaker, teacher and professor, spent a lifetime gaining wisdom and life experiences in the fields of education, business and faith. Her unique experiences and insight bring authenticity to her inspiring messages. She has a passionate heart for helping others. Cantrell has over 17 years of teaching leadership and child and family development in the high school and college level. She has also climbed the corporate ladder in the field of management and has unique insight on leading others in a professional yet caring manner.
For over 20 years, Cantrell has been involved in church leadership, including being a licensed minister, youth pastor, evangelist and author. She has brought her message of faith and hope to many people. She and her husband, Tim, and their family, live in Edgar Springs, Missouri, where they operate several businesses. Cantrell continues to teach and to travel, spreading messages of hope and empowerment.