God's Unstoppable Favor
In God’s Unstoppable Favor, Grace Vidrine Sibley shares an unforgettable story of how God blessed her through unusually difficult times: how she survived being the first black student to desegregate Evangeline Parish in 1965, homelessness, cancer while pregnant with twins, and more. A motivating personal phone conversation with Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. ignited a renewed determination to fight for equality. God’s Unstoppable Favor contains a bonus book, Embraced by God’s Grace. It shares meditations and conversations with God that will strengthen readers.
Grace Vidrine Sibley is a well-known Bible teacher, workshop facilitator, and motivational speaker. The author of Parable for People with a Purpose, she received her B.A. degree in Christian education from Bishop College in Dallas, Texas, and her master’s degree in Curriculum & Instruction from Boston University, where she acquired 48 doctoral credits. “Amazing” Grace, a National Board Certified Teacher and Assessor, currently serves as Title I Supervisor, Homeless Liaison, and Parent Involvement Coordinator in Evangeline Parish School District in Louisiana.