Wednesday, July 5, 2023

Blog Tour: She's Bearing All Fruits


One Housewife's Journey to Find an Abundant Life Through Love, Self-Empowerment, and Faith


Nonfiction/Biography/Christian Faith

Date Published: April 18, 2023

Publisher: Elite Online Publishing

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If you don’t like the harvest you are reaping, check the seeds you are sowing.


Harvest season is HERE for you to enjoy a fruitful life. Don’t deprive yourself of living the purposeful life God has called for you. To walk out of the land of drought into the land of fruitfulness, you must be willing to dig deep within to find that seed of possibility and turn it into a reality.

Join author LaDwina Flegeance on her courageous walk of faith from being a stay-at-home housewife to becoming an educator, a small business owner, and an advocate for women’s success. Inspired by many empowerment stories led by different women of the Bible, She’s Bearing All Fruits is a book about the self-awareness journey to discover the life you were meant to live. It will initiate reflections on life decisions and career paths and help you create a road map for your journey and how your life impacts others around you. You will become a seed sower that will produce a life of fruitfulness that will be passed down to the next generation.

LaDwina’s journey has opened doors for many women in her community to conquer greatness, and now she is ready to share it with the rest of the world. She’s Bearing All Fruits is essential to living a fruitful life of love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control.


Chapter 4


We live in a world full of fast-paced technology, where everything is just a fingertip/touch away. Instead of waiting for the mail, you can now check your email or a website to find the information you’re looking for within a minute. Instead of waiting for a taxi, you can Uber or Lyft, and they’ll be there in less than five minutes. Instead of waiting to find out the sex of the baby, a mother can now choose to have the sex of her baby impregnated. We, as a nation, no longer bear patience; instead, we yearn for the next great thing to come within seconds. With a fast-growing world wanting to reach and accomplish goals, sometimes we neglect to pause and enjoy important milestones.


Enjoying each small occurring moment can be more gratifying than that which leads to a grand finale. The process of waiting to see how something is going to turn out makes life worth living. In other words, having the patience to keep doing something without losing interest or becoming anxious can lead to a life full of enjoyable moments.


I read “Enjoy the Ride” by Steven Gilland in my many readings of various self-awareness books. The book is a self-reflection of one’s life that talks about the actual ride or events one will go through while leading up to their destination. For example, in a school year, there are typically nine months that make up a calendar year. In those nine months, there are certain events that a teacher/student/ parent will go through before the year comes to an end. In that calendar year, there’s the first day of school, the beginning of the year pre-assessments, fall/winter break, mid-year assessments, spring break, and the end of the year assessments. During those big, highlighted moments are the different types of school functions and activities, extracurricular after-school programs, parental night, family fun night, science fair, literacy night, etc., which one may encounter. Even though all these events are expected to happen, as predicted in the school calendar, going through each event’s process will make each moment memorable. By the time one has reached the end of the school year, success can be celebrated because of the endurance, actions, and steps taken to achieve a good ending. The point here is that there will be events in your life that will be predictable based on what’s been circulated in the past. Knowing what is expected, you can learn to “enjoy the ride” by embracing the moments and minutes of each anticipated event.


In this same book, Gilland also talks about how success is not a thing you acquire or achieve, but the journey you take throughout your life makes you successful. I must agree with this statement. Having success in life is an outcome of how you live it. Your approach and actions on how you use the given time and moments will make you see life differently.


When I accepted my calling as a teacher, I went through a series of events that felt like I was on a roller coaster of ups and downs of emotions. There were days when I felt excited, and there were days when I didn’t want to be bothered or do anything. My mom, being the woman of God that she is, would tell me, “Daughter, know that you will go through storms in your life. You will be either entering a storm, being in the midst of a storm, or coming out of a storm”. She would let me know this was a part of life’s journey, and it was up to me how I wanted to react to the storm that I was currently in. When I processed what she told me, I knew I had to push harder to overcome those rainy days and drive towards the goals I once set for myself. In those moments, I realized I needed to appreciate life’s roller coaster of emotions and be thankful for the more incredible days to come.


Now that the ride of becoming a teacher was over, I had surpassed that moment. It was time for me to apply what I had learned through readings and experiences and now use it to my student’s learning needs.


About the Author

LaDwina Flegeance is an Educator and Entrepreneur who has served in her community for the past two decades. She received her Master's in Educational Leadership at Lamar University & Bachelor of Science from McNeese State University and attended Dallas Theological Seminary. She is deeply invested in her church’s community, facilitating several outreach programs, and having served in children’s ministry for several years. LaDwina is a huge advocate for public education and has served on numerous committees within her school districts.

LaDwina is the CEO of the Flegeance Insurance Agency, an agency that educates and advises its clients on the wealth of their securities. She is also the founder of Fruits of HER Labor, a non-profit organization for women seeking opportunities to create their businesses.

Being an inspiring motivator to others, LaDwina also loves hosting gatherings at her home for family and friends. She enjoys dancing, cooking, and spending quality time on her patio.

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