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Rhachelle Nicol’ Johnson || Author/Writer/Speaker || http://www.rhachellenicol.com
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Christian Author Spreads Her Message Through Design
“I show my scars so that others know they can heal”, were the words used by Author Rhachelle Nicol’ to sign each copy of Sunday Mourning, a memoir. Little did she know that that message of hope and transparency would be transformed into a t-shirt.
Johnson, who goes by Rhachelle Nicol’ when she is writing, was born and raised in Northern California. 5 years ago, she left the comforts of being surrounded by family and friends and made her way to Las Vegas, NV. “I wanted to start over. I had been in a tumultuous relationship for about 6 years and I wanted a change.” Little did she know the change would come with a greater cost and the transition would be almost unbearable.
“I can honestly say that I found my purpose here in Las Vegas, NV. Everything I have gone through has made me more compassionate and a stronger person. I am not ashamed of the journey I traveled. I share my story as much as I can and pray that it inspires and touches the hearts of others.”
Rhachelle Nicol’ describes her writing experience as a reflection and journey back to the woman who God had called her to be. Sunday Mourning reveals some of the most tragic events that occurred in Rhachelle Nicol’s life. This memoir also shows how a young girl’s faith was tested and tried, but when she was finally able to truly surrender, God began to heal some of the wounds that had lingered long enough.
Earlier this year, Rhachelle Nicol’ began having dreams that were of pictures. 6 months after publishing and releasing Sunday Mournng to the public, the same words that she had used to sign each copy of her book became a design. She has worked with a graphic designer to transform her message and the images that she sees into t-shirts. Her design for the “My Scars” t-shirt has provided her with the opportunity to partner with Safe Nest and start a fundraiser benefiting the domestic violence shelter.
“I just thank God that I was obedient. I was scared when I first began the process of having a graphics designer take my words and the images I had been seeing and transform them it to what is now the My Scars t-shirt. But from the moment I saw the design, I knew it was exactly what I had been seeing in my dreams. I am more than humbled by the opportunity to be able to share the message of healing and hope on a larger platform, with a population that I am so familiar with. Domestic violence leaves physical, emotional and spiritual scars but God is the healer of the all.”
“I show my scars so that others know they can heal.” And He said to them, Why are you disturbed and troubled, and why do such doubts and questionings arise in your hearts? See my hands and My feet, that it is I Myself! Feel and handle Me and see, for a spirit does not have flesh and bones, as you see that I have. And when He had said this, He showed them His hands and His feet. Luke 24:38-40
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