A Book by Native Bladen Co-Authors About Surviving Domestic Violence
TIP – Angel Burney’s renewed journey with Christ recently led her to co-write a book that shares their stories of surviving domestic violence.
The book “Reclaiming My Life” is a collaboration of stories by courageous chain breakers sharing their testimony of overcoming hardship and tragedy to reclaim their lives to become successful, empowered women.
Burney, a permanent resident of Bladen County who lives on the council, is now a domestic violence advocate, eager to equip others with the proper tools and techniques to heal emotionally and mentally after abuse – as well as how to survive and escape the cycle. poison that the abuse bound its victims. It is also his desire to tackle the stigma attached to victims of abuse.
“I know I survived domestic violence so I could help someone through it,” she said.
Burney holds a degree in Biblical Studies and is a Certified Life and Wellness Coach. She is currently pursuing a Masters in Divinity.
She is also the devoted wife of her best friend, Allen Burney, and is a proud mom and babe. Burney rededicated her life to Christ in 2010 and was called to ministry in 2013. She has operated in several areas of ministry including Chief Usher, Praise and Worship Ministerial Chairman, Minister of youth and the head of the women’s ministry. She also travels as a motivational speaker.
More recently, Burney is a bestselling author. Women’s ministry encouraged her to found Sisters In Christ Women’s Empowerment in 2019. She also founded SIC Love Pantry in 2020, an initiative launched to provide resources to the elderly and less fortunate.
“Reclaiming My Life” can be found on amazon.com and the paperback sells for $19.99
W. Curt Vincent can be reached at 910-862-4163 or [email protected]