[Read] Brea Miles – Get Ya Faith Up
Published on December 17, 2019
Brea, personally connects with readers by sharing experiences and lessons that beautifully illustrate how God changes lives when we choose to trust Him fully. An amazing caregiver to her mom during her mom’s healing and victory over a cancer diagnosis. Brea shares her journey of faith through her personal prayers and devotions believing in the promises of God, and that the sheer strength and power of God are unmatched and able to bring you into your life’s purpose.
Brea has been interviewed on TBN, Bobby Jones Gospel, JCTV, UP TV, and many other national programs. She has also been featured in publications such as InTeen, Iconic, ArtSoul and many others. As a Christian Hip Hop Artist, she has performed at SXSW, Military Spiritual Fitness Tour, Freedom Fest, UnAshamed, NCGAG, and GMWA. Brea has hosted red carpets for Sonya’s Spotlight at The Stellar Awards and The Dove Awards. Her music has earned many awards such as 2x winner of both The Best Female Hip Hop Artist of the Great Northwest and The Best Hip Hop Artist of the Great Northwest.
Brea says, “Everyone sees the end result of success, blessings, and promise. But most don’t know what it takes to attain a purpose. Mainly because no one has taken the time to show us how. So we struggle to find the fullness of who God has created us to be. We spend our days and nights trying to figure out how we can become the vision of ourselves that we see.”
In Get Ya Faith Up, Brea Miles shares how you can activate all of the power that you possess. By tapping into your god-like divinity. In this devotional Brea walks us through some of the hardest moments of her life how she overcame life-altering circumstances and used them to fuel her faith. She also shows you how to:
- Hear from God
- Defeat your fears
- Step into your position of authority
- Attain your promise
If you’re ready to win and experience spiritual, mental, and emotional freedom. This book is for you. It’s time to “Get Ya Faith Up”
CONTACT: Donna Miles, 253-353-6539, firstname.lastname@example.org