Joined Oct 30 2009
Sisterhood Book Club
A New Woman Ministries
Reclaiming God's Daughters Revival Conference
What Happens Happily Ever After
Jones AME Praise and Worship Center
Jones AMEC Praise and Worship Center Women's Ministry
Coming from a legacy of preachers, Cheryl Lacey Donovan is walking in her destiny. An anointed woman of God, her mission is to challenge you to look inside yourself for change, to identify the strongholds in your life, and to tear them down with the help of the creator. Once you have crossed her path, your life will never be the same.
Cheryl Donovan is an acclaimed author, inspirational speaker, and compelling advocate for personal empowerment. Her book Women What the Hell are You Thinking remained in the top 10 of Amazons Hot New Releases during its first two months of publication. Her new work The Ministry of Motherhood is destined for the bestseller list as it ministers to mothers who are living through what Cheryl has already overcome.
Cheryl believes in the Psalms 11:25 which says, She who refreshes others will herself be refreshed; therefore, she tries to be transparent as she speaks and writes about her valley to mountain experiences.
Cheryl’s internet radio talk show Worth More than Rubies reaches thousands of listeners each Friday and has impacted women all across the nation. Her syndicated column of the same name can be found in both print and online magazines. She is also a regular contributor to several blogs including her own, “Worth More Than Rubies,” with blogspot.com.
Cheryl’s work was most recently published in the anthology “The Triumph of My Soul.”
Her captivating messages are presented with passion and conviction as she connects with her audience through her conversational style.
Cheryl has been recognized nationally for her work. She has been the featured author on radio talk shows such as Artist First, Power Talk FM, An Hour to Empower with Mo and Mickey, and Urban Echoes’ Voices and Vibes. Her interviews have also appeared in Empowering African American Women Magazine, Swaggie’s Blog Spot, AA Kulture Zone, The Book Suite, and Women’s Self Esteem. She was recently awarded the 2007 Literary Power Award and she has been nominated in several categories for the Infini Awards. Cheryl will be featured for the inaugural season of What Shall We Read, a literary program which airs on CAN-TV in Chicago. She will also be inducted into the 2008 Who's Who in Black Houston.