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A Journey by Faith: No Risk, No Reward
An ambitious African-American family, a foundation of faith, and a tenacious pursuit of professional success…this is one couple’s fascinating journey through corporate America.
“Most people never live their dreams as entrepreneurs because they give up. Afraid of the risk. By reading Tina and Harold Lewis’s book A Journey by Faith, those who are searching for what makes a successful business can discover the two most vital things: God and Family.”—Rolland Martin, Journalist, TV commentator, TV One, CNN
“Everyone loves a love story. Here it is. A perfect love between Tina and Harold and their super successful entrepreneurial achievements, against all odds. It’s beautiful, heart-touching, and profoundly inspiring. I predict you will like it.”—Mark Victor Hansen Co-Creator of Chicken Soup for the Soul series
“Harold and Tina know the meaning of Success from the ground up. They understand the Value of hard work, drive and dedication. They just don’t talk about it they live it. A remarkable story and remarkable couple!”—Stedman Graham, Author, Speaker
From the foreword by Andrew Young:
“Harold and Tina’s book, aptly titled A Journey of Faith, revisits the essence of trust in a modern context. This includes everything from corporate politics to raising children to facing dire health challenges. From the beginning, everything Tina and Harold undertake is for creating a legacy for their children—as they themselves were given a legacy from their own parents of integrity, hard work, and unwavering faith.
“While the goal of Tina and Harold’s life is success, I want to emphasize again that this means success in a broad definition. It doesn’t mean getting rich. In fact, I don’t believe the word ‘rich’ occurs even once in the book. From the beginning, everything Tina and Harold undertake is for creating a legacy for their children—as they themselves were given a legacy from their own parents of integrity, hard work, and unwavering faith.”