Too many of America’s young black women are making the wrong decisions and are going down the wrong paths for their lives. Daniel Whyte III, author of the bestselling books, Letters to Young Black Men and Letters to Young Black Women, along with his wife, Meriqua Whyte, outline in their book, 7 Things Young Black Women Do to Mess Up Their Lives, the seven most common mistakes young black women make causing them to mess up their lives.
This book does not simply point out common mistakes and leave the young woman there; rather, it provides solutions and answers that will help her to avoid these devastating mistakes and will encourage her to go on to have a productive and successful life.
Whyte says, “The purpose of this book is to help young black women avoid messing up their lives by making these seven common mistakes. I believe that any young black woman, who will read this book, and avoid making these seven mistakes, will live a successful and victorious life; one free of unnecessary pain and hurt, and one that will be pleasing to God.”
Daniel Whyte III has spoken in meetings across the United States and in over twenty-five foreign countries. He is the author of over forty books including the Essence Magazine, Dallas Morning News, and Amazon.com national bestseller, Letters to Young Black Men.
He is also the president of Gospel Light Society International, a worldwide evangelistic ministry that reaches thousands with the Gospel each week.
He is heard by thousands each week on his radio broadcasts/podcasts. He preached the Gospel for 100 days straight leading up to the 2012 election, and he preached the Gospel for 367 days straight throughout the controversial 2016 presidential election season.
He is currently a candidate for the Doctor of Ministry degree. He holds a Master’s degree in Religion, a Master of Divinity degree, and a Master of Theology degree from Liberty University’s Rawlings School of Divinity (formerly Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary). He also holds a Bachelor’s degree in Religion from Texas Wesleyan University, and a Bachelor’s Degree in Theology from Bethany Divinity College.
He has been married to the former Meriqua Althea Dixon, of Christiana, Jamaica since 1987. God has blessed their union with seven children.