I write so that you won’t hurt.

Ever since I was a young girl, I have attracted hurting people. It was as though there was a sign on me that said, “Tell me about your pain.” And they did. In those moments, God would give me words to share that brought healing from the past and hope for the future.

I’m still listening to hurting people. And I can still hear God’s whisper in my own heart giving me words to share in response. Now my  books serve as the sign I wear that attracts those who are in pain or want to avoid it.

If you are a leader or emerging leader, contact Aleathea if you would like her to work with you on your next book.

Aleathea Dupree is the author of several books including Though The Vision Tarry: Waiting For My Promised Mate, Cheer Up Your Wife, Rhino Faith: 365 Truths to Charge Ahead In Your Faith, and Sharpen Your Ax: The Intercessor’s Guide to Avoiding Burnout.

When she’s not writing her own books, she’s helping leaders and emerging leaders write theirs. She is a mentor to many, life coach to a few, mom of two and wife of one. She is a self-professed Good News addict and spends most of her time somewhere in the mountains of Tennessee looking for her next fix.