Start. Grow. Thrive. with Nerissa Golden

06 APRIL 2023 THURSDAY, 07:00 PM AST

Ordained for This! is a guide on how women can shift their mindset and how they see themselves and their place in this world. Let's discuss what this would mean for how we show up for ourselves, our family, in business and to fulfill our purpose.


Isn't there more to life than women sacrificing? 
- Women deserve more than pain. God wants that for us too.

How do you stop living up to the labels you put on yourself and the ones society tries to pin on you? 
- You are more than a single mother, angry black woman, divorcee, teacher, sister, friend.

How valuable are you? Do you know your worth? Can you clearly articulate that in your life? 
- What would you do if you knew you could not fail? It is time to live beyond your means!

Imagine having a never-ending supply of provision.
- Sign me up!

Are you tired of being your own hero? 
- If the answer is yes, then AWESOME!

God wants His job back.
- He wants to be the hero in your life. Let's talk about it.

I found this book transformative to write even after the years I spent reading this biblical story of the Widow of Zarephath. I want to share what I have learned and shifted in my own thinking and habits in the process.

About This Book

Ordained for This! guides women to a new understanding of how to see themselves the way God sees us. Through the story of the Widow of Zarephath, Nerissa shows us why we no longer need to be our own hero and how a new awareness of our special place in God’s heart releases us to live fulfilled, protected, provided for and on purpose.

"It’s easy to find ourselves drowning in the sea of needs around us and forget that there is a Divine power at our disposal. His promises remind us of His provision and protection in all things and in all our ways. This is a beautiful reminder of our infinite, omnipotent Father! Thanks for sharing Nerissa." - Daphne, Jamaica

"Great book, Nerissa. Thanks for writing it. I had to re-read some sections because they spoke so deeply to my soul. You are correct! We need to read and re-read it!" - Ann Marie, Montserrat