The Power Of God Changes All (Series One: The Beginning)

The Power of God Changes All is a 20-book series based on the struggles of a female gang banger, born and raised in a prominent family: The Mallette Clan, chosen to help lead people, including her loved ones, to God.

Series One: The Beginning is the first to be released and unfolds the dramatic details of the life of Gabriella Mallette.

Gabriella, a little Einstein that enjoyed reading books and learning different things in life more than engaging herself in fun activities normal, rowdy children were known to do. Yet, she was portrayed as a lively, vibrant young beauty that lit up any room she entered. Her very existence brought happiness to anyone she associated with. Her two older brothers adored her, her mother was her best friend, and she was her daddy’s world. Gabriella felt so blessed and highly favored that God had enclosed her with a secure family. Her life was absolutely perfect, so what could go wrong?

Tragic struck her like an overload semi-truck when her mother suddenly was murdered during her dad’s absence. She lost her best friend, so how on earth did she bounce back from that? From then on, one trauma after another targeted her like a plague, and she didn’t understand what she did wrong to experience the events that beat her senseless to the ground. Was it due to her weakness because she became fragile after her mother’s death? So fragile that demons shaped as beings attacked her, one, in particular, shifted her spirit entirely. Gabriella grew sick and tired of her vulnerability and decided to do something to get back at her attackers. Nevertheless, she took the illegal route by joining her brothers’ gang called the slivers. Yet, unexpectedly there was more to being a part of gang-related activities than retaliating against enemies and losing herself was one of the main dilemmas.


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Rated 4.6 out of 5
4.6 out of 5 stars (based on 5 reviews)
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Nice story.

Rated 5.0 out of 5
August 4, 2023

This is how God made a connection for both to get married, the bible said: For all have sinned, and come short of the glory of God;

After the pregnancy both didn’t separated, but all you have to is pray for forgiveness and get Married together..

Nice story i red..

Oppong Emmanuel 6

I couldn't stop reading this book.

Rated 5.0 out of 5
August 4, 2023

In addition to its spiritual insights, “The Power of God Changes All” offers practical guidance on how to cultivate a stronger connection with the divine. It provides valuable lessons on prayer, meditation, and mindfulness, encouraging readers to incorporate these practices into their daily lives.

I couldn’t stop reading this book. Because it sits in my mind forever and help me to move closer to God.


A lot of people can relate...

Rated 4.0 out of 5
August 4, 2023

The book addresses issues of racism, discrimination, teen pregnancy, crime, sexism, and loss comprehensively, which is relatable because this is happening today. Above all, it talks about faith. A lot of people can relate and will also get inspired by this book. very well-done review.

Rica Concepcion

A Captivating Journey into The Power of God Changes All

Rated 5.0 out of 5
August 4, 2023

“The Power of God Changes All” is an awe-inspiring and profound exploration of the transformative impact of divine power on human lives. Written with incredible depth and sensitivity, this book delves into the essence of spirituality and showcases the limitless potential of faith in shaping destinies.

The author’s writing style is captivating, effortlessly weaving together real-life anecdotes, biblical references, and profound philosophical insights. From the very first page, I found myself engrossed in the narrative, drawn into a world where miracles abound, and faith is a driving force.

Throughout the book, the author masterfully illustrates how the power of God can work miracles in seemingly impossible situations. The personal accounts of individuals experiencing divine intervention are incredibly moving, leaving readers with a renewed sense of hope and a strengthened belief in the miraculous.

One aspect that truly sets this book apart is its ability to connect with readers on a deeply personal level. Regardless of one’s religious background, the underlying message of love, redemption, and the potential for transformation resonates universally. It reminds us that, in the face of life’s challenges, there is a divine force that can guide us towards healing and renewal.

The book also delves into the idea of surrendering to a higher power, and how this act of surrender can lead to profound personal growth and liberation from the burdens of life. It encourages readers to trust in the divine plan, even in times of darkness, and to embrace the changes that come with divine guidance.

In addition to its spiritual insights, “The Power of God Changes All” offers practical guidance on how to cultivate a stronger connection with the divine. It provides valuable lessons on prayer, meditation, and mindfulness, encouraging readers to incorporate these practices into their daily lives.

While reading, I couldn’t help but feel a sense of peace and comfort wash over me. This book is not only enlightening but also therapeutic, offering solace to those grappling with life’s uncertainties.

In conclusion, “The Power of God Changes All” is a profound and captivating journey into the realms of faith, spirituality, and the miraculous. It is a book that has the power to change lives, instilling a renewed sense of hope and purpose. I wholeheartedly recommend this gem to anyone seeking spiritual growth, regardless of their religious background. Prepare to be moved, inspired, and transformed by this remarkable literary work.

Furqan Ahmad Siddiqui

Review of The Power of God Changes All

Rated 4.0 out of 5
August 4, 2023

We all face our fair share of challenges as we journey through life. For me, the greatest test in challenging times is my faith. How to keep believing and moving when our circumstances are awful is a never-ending pursuit. This was the story of the Mallette family in the book The Power of God Changes All by Stephanie Styrcula.

Mai Lena is one of the colored girls in a dominantly white school and gets bullied for that. She, however, works through it and falls in love with Jerry, a schoolmate of hers. She gets pregnant too soon, forcing her ad Jerry to get into marriage earlier than planned, and together they start a family. They are Christians and therefore raise their kids in the same religion and as churchgoers. Byron, a former schoolmate, has a weird and untamed obsession with Mai Lena. This unhealthy obsession later completely turns around the fortunes of this family. Find out what happened by purchasing and reading this book.

Authors are responsible for highlighting the various issues in our society, and Stephanie scored excellently in that. She explores the challenges that we go through in our society quite candidly. The author addresses issues of racism, discrimination, teen pregnancy, crime, sexism, and loss comprehensively. She made us feel the pain and the struggles through the experiences of almost every character in the story. This gets me to the next point; the characters were well-developed and relatable. I could empathize with the plight of almost every one of them. That includes Byron, who is a villain in the story. Even though the book is better suited for Christians, the author did not make the story all about religion. There were inferences of faith in the characters’ lives, which were presented subtly and inclusively. The conversations in the book also made it engaging and lively.

I, however, had some difficulty reading the book due to its structure and pacing. There were multiple subplots and a huge cast of characters that kept being introduced. While these added to the depth of the story, they also made it a little disjointed and difficult to follow. Additionally, I found the book’s length detracting and wish it had been more precise and streamlined.

Overall, I give this book a rating of four out of five stars. It is well-written and professionally edited, as I only noticed one minor error. I deduct a star because of the issues mentioned in the preceding paragraph. Anyone interested in a narrative that mirrors our challenges and celebrates our resilience and strength in conquering them will find the book helpful.

Jane Ogwang