Ivy Sewell: My Father is a Woman My Mother is Black
Life in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina was quiet until my parents moved there. Every small town has its secrets. Our family had several of its own and no one wanted to let the cat out of the bag. The shame was too great to deal with until one family member decided that it was time to overcome. If you want to be an overcomer, then it is time for you to step up to the plate. There are no victories without battles and no one said the playing field is even. This is a graphic, gutsy, but true story. If you dare to read on, do so expecting life as you know it to change.
Ivy Sewell lives with her husband Craig in the same small town of Conway, South Carolina where she was born; just a stone's throw away from the coast of South Carolina. She grew up in the city of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, a thriving tourist attraction. She attended Liberty Bible College in Pensacola, Florida where she met and married her husband Craig. Together they have ministered in a support role in their local church as well as associate pastors in several churches up and down the east coast. Having grown up in a home with a homosexual parent who suffered with drug and alcohol addictions, Ivy's passion is to see people overcome emotional set backs as well as experience freedom from abuse.