endorsements and reviews
Endorsements for Who I’ve Become
Raw and moving Who I’ve Become Is NOT Who I Am is one of the best books I’ve read in a long time. Visor has penned a powerful message that will transform your life, free your soul, and liberate you from your past to propel you to the bright future God has planned for you. Highly recommended for personal reading, gift-giving or group study!
Marina Woods, Editor-in-Chief, http://www.goodgirlbookclubonline.com
Who I’ve Become is NOT Who I Am is a powerful testimony of one woman’s journey from a mask of secrets into the glorious healing power of Jesus Christ. This book encourages readers to get beyond going to church and going through the motions and into true freedom Discover your authentic identity in God and unmask the real you! –
Marilynn Griffith, founder SistahFaith, Inc, author of Rhythms of Grace and If the Shoe Fits
“You have a really powerful testimony! I’m so looking forward to seeing your ministry grow and touch the lives of women. –
Tyora Moody, Tywebbin Virtual Book Tours, tywebbin.com
"What a powerful story and message from debut author, Sonya Visor! To open the sordid details of a young life and reveal it to the world takes bravery and boldness. Undoubtedly, masses of people will be touched and blessed by her personal journey of salvation and survival. Her private pain shared in such a public way will be the doorway to someone else's deliverance."
Kendra Norman-Holmes, Essence bestselling author of Crossing Jhordan's River, and I Shall Not Die http://www.kendranormanbellamy.com/
The sustaining power of God’s grace is exemplified throughout Sonya Visor’s life, as evidenced in the gripping pages of Who I’ve Become Is NOT Who I Am. Many readers will no longer feel compelled to hide the internal pain that only they know exists in their lives. I foresee a stripping away of dead weight and the burying of said ills after consuming this heartrending testimonial. I could not close this book until the very last page was read.
– Lynel Johnson Washington, Freelance Editor, lyneljohnsonwashington.com
(5 STARS) Molested by close, trusted family members at a young age, Sonya felt compelled to hide behind a “mask” of shame for years. When she decided to break the oppressive grip that her continued silence held over her life, she was finally able to embrace the power within and march confidently toward the fulfillment of her divine destiny. Throughout the pages of Who I’ve Become Is Not Who I Am, author Sonya Visor shares her personal story as a means to help liberate others who may find themselves stuck in the same mental and emotional prisons from which she finally managed to escape.
Powerfully straightforward, Who I’ve Become is bolstered by life-affirmingpersonal testimony and applicable biblical scripture. Taking on a range of differenttopics, Visor proves to be a sage observer of the human condition in offering keeninsights and sound advice geared specifically towards the ultimate goal of spiritualhealing. As a first-hand witness to the self-destructive ramifications of a life lived inperpetual pain, Visor effectively serves as a spiritual ambassador for thosestruggling to shed their emotional and psychological binds, and her inspiring storyof survival goes a long way toward leading them down the road of ultimate redemption. Timely, uplifting, and encouraging, Who I’ve Become Is Not Who I Am is a much-needed balm for the spiritual ailments that plague us all. Strongly recommended.
– Reviewed By Dominique Sessons, APEX Reviews
Who I’ve Become is NOT Who I Am is a book that will help anyone on their journey to becoming whole in God by first finding or acknowledging the root of the problem. How important is it to talk about the problem; friends and relatives can be a help, but sharing with God, the One Who created us and knows all and can fix all.
– Sharel E. Gordon-Love, APOOO BookClub (read full review on APOOO or Amazon)