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Testimonials for Author and Speaker, Nicki Corinne White, from those in many different ministries around the world.

College Campus

These inspiring stories remind us of the cost, the joy, and the impact a bold follower of Christ can have.  May the brave and intentional choices within these pages kindle a fiery love in your heart for following Jesus. This book will encourage you to stand for Him in a world full of hearts hungry for a beautiful gospel.

Nicki White has grappled with what it means to be bold in our service and witness for the Lord, using both modern-day examples that resonate with us all and ancient biblical examples that have been familiar to us since our mother’s knee.  You will find her words helpful in applying Scripture to your own situation.  Our times increasingly call for a greater boldness in our witness to the truths of God’s Word in a world that is careening toward destruction.

Vietnamese farmers picking up coffee beans

Nicki skillfully and creatively encourages each one of us to joyfully embrace the unique space that God has given us  and to never underestimate the power of His love shown through the way we share our homes and our lives with others.

Nicki's book is a joy to read; it is warm and inviting, just like her home.  She reminds us of the importance of ministry, of using all that God has given us to minister His love to others.  You will receive a gentle nudge to do what God's word commands us in Romans 12:13, "...practice hospitality."  You will come away ready to host your next, or first, guests. For some of us, it isn't as easy as she makes it seem, but she reminds us It's Not About the Pie.  It's about the heart.

Army Boots

We found the stories in BOLD to be challenging testimonies of modern day servants of the LORD.   The theme of boldness comes through clearly as the selfless attitude of the individuals challenges the reader to reach out beyond one's comfort zone. to share God's love with hurting people

Sarah Zimik

In this day and age when, with the flick of a finger, Pinterest provides thousands upon thousands of ideas and images, it is easy to become overwhelmed when gathering inspiration to decorate, put on parties or pull together different ways to help others. The desire to be perfect causes me to sometimes freeze and not do anything at all in helping people to feel warm and welcomed because I am measuring myself against what I deem perfection. Nicki's book, It's Not About the Pie, provides warm, sound guidance that hospitality is a mindset and "that God can use imperfect people to perfectly bless other imperfect people with everyone having a good time in the process." I relish reading those words as they remind me to relax, be my imperfect self. and show warmth and compassion to everyone God puts in my path.

Hot Stew

Nicki has a track record of demonstrating hospitality.  Her words are valuable to us, not only because they are needed but because she has put them into practice.  Our own personal memories of enjoying her hospitality are precious and I know these wonderful words will inspire others to practice hospitality in new and effective ways.  Thanks for sharing your insights and experiences with us all, Nicki.

Dee Sarton

Too many of us have grown up thinking that only some people have the "gift" of hospitality. Nicki is giving that gift to all of us who long to create a home where people feel welcome, loved and valued.  She makes is easy to see the heart of hospitality is within reach. Her book is a joyful discovery of how-to's and heart.

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