Hi, I'm Tijuanna Adetunji. Motivated by Psalm 107: 2, “Let the redeemed of the Lord tell their story…” I am passionate about inspiring women to use their past experiences to fulfill their calling. I am the author of Answering the Call of God, a journey in discovering divine opportunities in unexpected places. In the book, I take twelve lessons to show you how your past experiences can become your greatest assets. I am also the author of Dear Daughter: How to Choose Your Way to A Better Life. It encourages young women to make better lifestyle choices and understand the sanctity of human life. Bombarded with pro-choice and women's rights messages as a young woman I was insensitive to life in the womb. This book tells the truth about my experience in an abortion clinic and more importantly, I speak for the children who never got to say a single word. If you know a woman who needs to be informed or would like to teach young people the truth I want to give you copy of this book to share. I also created Moms UnMasked a lesson for post-abortive women that helps women break free from the pain of their past with the present help of the Holy Spirit. Some years ago, before I had a title for what I was doing, Lynn Vincent of World Magazine called me “a compassionate pro-life activist.” As an advocate, I often share my testimony to the State Health Committee to influence pro-life legislation and have submitted testimony to the Justice Foundation to petition the Supreme Court of the United States. Lured by my passion I attended the Women's Campaign School at Yale and ran for public office. I did not win, however, I gained an even greater love for my community where I get to serve and in give insight at crucial times. I contribute my spiritual growth and maturation to my local church Fresh Anointing House of Worship of twenty-one years. I have served as a deaconess; discipleship teacher, small group leader, pastoral care minister and I am currently an ordained pastor where I assist in caring for a congregation of 2,000 plus souls. In between these nice church titles, I have also served as the janitor, van driver, errand runner, armor bearer, nursery worker and secretary. I mentor new believers weekly and teach incarcerated women through Women In Ministry International (WIMI). I have shared as a keynote speaker; panelist and facilitator for women’s conferences, workshops and retreats. I like being open and honest with people about life. It is too short to pretend. All of my speaking topics are relevant and down to earth. I do some other important things by serving on a State Board where I was appointed by the Governor. I am a graduate of Liberty University School of Religion and Helms School of Government. You can probably tell that I think the church should influence the State. I am also a graduate of Leadership Montgomery an organization that develops leaders into change agents. I am gratefully and happily married Bishop Fred Adetunji who oversees a network of churches in West Africa and international missions from our local church in Montgomery, Alabama. We have four children and one grandchild who have all been instrumental in bringing me much closer to God. Let all the praying parents say, Amen!