(Rochester, NY) – Josephine Marie Ayers’ latest work, Women Living with Broken Men: A Christian Perspective, is now available to the public. Within its compelling pages, Ayers unravels the dynamics of her own personal experience with difficult relationships, and lays bare the world of troubled love that many women find hard to escape. Emphasizing the power of God’s presence, she leads the reader down a winding path of redemption and forgiveness that ends in understanding and Christ-like action.
“Beyond expressing my personal story, Women Living with Broken Men: A Christian Perspective, offers hope for those who are living in difficult relationship circumstances,” says Ayers. “My intention is to give my readers an understanding of the part each person plays in the often fragile dance of love. My desire is that they begin a journey back to the positive by creating their own personal map to reconciliation, peace and great love.
“The people in our lives are not the enemy,” she remarks. “Satan is the enemy. He uses any strategy he can to destroy God’s basic, precious creation: the family.” With validating Scripture throughout, Ayers brings God’s Word to life for those seeking healing and restoration in their relationships.
Ayers’ husband, David, contributes his story too, which allows the reader to gain a dual perspective, and level the playing field. If you are struggling in a difficult relationship, this is a must-read. Women Living with Broken Men: A Christian Perspective is available now on Amazon, Kindle and Barnes and Noble system.
About Josephine Marie Ayers
Reverend Josephine Marie (Jo) Ayers is a wife of 25 years, a mother, a grandmother, and a devout lover of God. She is on staff at New Hope Fellowship, in East Bloomfield, NY, and oversees the prayer and prophetic ministries there. Ordained and licensed in 2005, Ayers is the founder and president of the apostolic ministry Flames of Fire, a 501(c)3 organization. She also moderates a Facebook intercessory prayer group, called Esther’s Intercessors, where she leads more than 100 intercessors worldwide, and participates in a wide variety of ministry and service activities.
Ayers has a heart for marginalized women, and a call on her life to raise up an army of women leaders, who, working in their spiritual gifts, provide ministering to women who have been overlooked and misunderstood. She has helped many new ministry leaders discover and work within their gifts for the glory of God and the spread of the Gospel; facilitating the launch of numerous organizations that have enabled women leaders to follow God’s call on their lives and help others to realize their potential.
Ayers is available for speaking engagements, consultation, as well as prophetic and healing seminars. Her newest workshop is entitled Mending Broken Pieces. For more information, please contact her by email at firstname.lastname@example.org