Walk the Walk is an empowering, expositional novel, in which the award-winning author introduces the reader to key elements of “the walk of righteousness” such as faith, humility, compassion, obedience, selflessness, love and prayer. The award-winning author’s inspirational approach with Walk the Walk appeals to many different types of people in a variety of locations in this country and abroad, as she demonstrates these virtues through stories of key Biblical figures such as Noah, Abraham, and Moses in the Old Testament and Jesus Christ and the apostle Peter in the New Testament. From these stories, Mrs Biriyok draws practical lessons for the Christian of today. Throughout the book, the award-winning author weaves the thread of her own life changing experiences and the practical ways she has shown her faith and compassion for others. The topics for the various chapters of this book are carefully chosen to aid and nurture a healthy spiritual growth and to encourage the need for consistency in steadfastly living the Christian lifestyle. The various topics are the ingredients that underpin and drive the central theme of the book. Walk the Walk is a valuable addition to the devotional library for either the new Christian searching for guidance or the experienced Christian who seeks renewal and enlightenment in the walk of faith, providing knowledge beyond what one may gain in regular attendance of church.
Mrs Olawunmi Biriyok, MIoD, FRSA, holds a BSc Degree in International Studies and an LLB Hons (Lon). She chaired the Sole Practitioners Group of England and Wales from 2010 to 2011 and is currently the Honorary Secretary of the South London Law Society of England and Wales. A Christian Lawyer and Award-winning Author of inspirational books – “The Manual for Righteous Living” her debut book being “Walk the Walk and stop just talking the talk”. She is a good speaker on Christian values; she has shared the Word of God in the UK and Ghana. Besides running her successful legal practice, Mrs Biriyok is a married mother of four children, who has effectively balanced hectic professional demands with being a positive role model, wife and mother. She has advised and assisted numerous Churches on legal issues and currently holds a voluntary role of a Safeguarding Officer for Children and Vulnerable Adults at her local parish. She also runs personal ministry sessions on Christian values.
Olawunmi is the wife of Casimir Biriyok, and reside in the UK with their children - Naomi, Nufi, Nasara and Zachariah. She can be reached via www.olawunmibiriyok.com and email: firstname.lastname@example.org