Who am I?

DOTK recently started going live on Instagram and Facebook, and I have to say it may take me a minute to get used to it so please be patient. That being said I am excited to talk to you guys about a couple things. On one of the live broadcasts, one person in the audience asked me, “who are you”. At this point I did believe that the almost 10k followers on Facebook and 3k on Instagram knew who I was or at least that I had authored a book, Daughter of the King: Finally Free. But then I had to think about his question….Who am I?

Well I believe I am a lot of people. I am a mother, daughter, sister, aunt, friend, respiratory therapist and author. I am a person with a pretty dark past, including physical/sexual abuse, dysfunction, neglect, drug abuse and failed relationships. I am also a person with many triumphs, having raised two awesome kids that love and respect their mom and authority, a respiratory therapist in my third decade of practicing caring for others and saving lives, a valued family member to my own immediate family, a loving friend to all and most important of all, a child of the most high God, daughter of the King. Like you I wear many hats and juggle lots of identities. We are not very different.

Now what have I done? Why do I have a blog, a website, social media? Why did I write a book? All these are valid questions. I wrote a book because God himself told me to. I know for a lot of people they cannot really grasp that, God speaking to me. Years ago I wouldn’t have gotten it either. But you don’t have to understand that part now, just get the book and read it, I believe you will be like the ninety nine percent that have all said, “I couldn’t put it down”. I have a blog and social media because my strongest desire on this earth is to serve God. Jesus said in John 21:17…

“Feed my sheep”

and as a person who was once lost, and I thought forgotten, I aim to bring hope to the hopeless, assist in relieving codependency in others and aiding in helping ANYONE off drugs. Prescription drug abuse is an epidemic in our country and I see too many people dying in the ER’s that I work in. Our social media posts are uplifting and inspiring, always trying to show the hand of God and the place He holds in helping us in our lives, and with our problems and struggles. We use scripture or whatever truths are out there to help you, the reader and follower, come to an understanding of the love that awaits you and the help that is right at your disposal.

You are a child of God, you are a son or daughter of the King and He loves you so much. If I have any message at all, it is that no matter what has happened to you, God loves you and desires a relationship with you. I hope you will reach out to Him now.

For more information please go to franspeake.com/products and get a copy of my book, Daughter of the King: Finally Free. Don’t forget to sign up for our newsletter below or message me at franspeake@gmail.com.

Blessings as always,

Fran

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Riveting-Shocking-Edgy-Emotional. These are just some of the words people use when describing this true life story of born-again Christian, Fran Speake. Suffering severe emotional neglect as child, at a young age she went out searching for answers and trying to find her own true identity. It seems no matter where she looked, no matter where she turned, every corner was met with another tragedy. Going from one relationship to another, she eventually tried to settle down and married the cousin of the infamous rock star, Eddie Van Halen. In her story she recalls what it was like "running with the devil" -- of having lived through her own personal struggles and a life of drug addiction. For the first time, author, Fran Speake pulls back the curtains and reveals her inner most secrets; Of how she went from a life of physical, sexual, and emotional abuse, drug addiction, and low self esteem to becoming a woman of God. She believes her entire life turned around when she experienced divine intervention. She is now living a life with God, through Jesus Christ and gives thanks for her transformation each and every day.

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