More Christian than African American

More Christian than African American

September 5, 2014


In More Christian Than African American, Kimberly Cash Tate shares her own personal journey.

In transparent prose, she describes life without God in her youth, in college, and in law school and beyond, when she appeared to be walking a path to success.

She then takes the reader to the flip side, as her world changes before her very eyes and everything she has loved—indeed, everything she has been—is transformed through the power of Christ.

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“All of us are children of God first and foremost, and Kimberly Cash Tate’s message is such an important one for every Christian.  Each of us has the deep human tendency to look for our identity in something that we think defines us–whether that be our job, our gender, our special skills, or our culture.  As Kim courageously tells her story of realizing just how much more she had defined herself as a lawyer, a go-getter and a black woman than simply as a Christian, I found the Holy Spirit gently opening my eyes to ways that I too have defined myself by something other than my identity in Christ.  Kim, thank you.  You are a trailblazer.  And although you are a Christian first and foremost, you’re also one captivating writer!”
Shaunti Feldhahn, best-selling author of For Women Only:  What You Need to Know About the Inner Lives of Men

“God loves to take a life, draw it to Himself and turn our worlds upside down because without Him, we get it all wrong.  It’s exciting to read how God did just that in Kimberly’s life.  He transformed her as a wife, mother and a black woman.  It’s an exciting and inspiring journey and I hope each reader will be challenged by her story.”
Barbara Rainey, Family Life Ministries, Speaker, and best-selling author

“Kimberly Cash Tate is a prophetic voice pointing believers of every color and race to the truth that when we belong to Christ, our identity is in Him.  Kimberly teaches this lesson by weaving it into her life story.  God, in His grace and providential timing, brought her to the realization that as a black Christian she can and should rejoice in her blackness.  But the guiding principle for every decision, every choice…is informed by this absorbing book’s title: More Christian than African-American.”
Penna Dexter, Christian Radio Host

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