Latasha Bryant

Celebrity Author of Leading with Uncommon Courage

Latasha Bryant is a licensed Evangelist, community leader, and a federal government employee for over 12 years. She is the very proud mother of two sons – Keon and Kyrese and has been married to her childhood sweetheart, Lester, for more than 20 years. After the devastating loss of their oldest son, Keon in 2015, she and her husband formed the Under His Wings – KRB Foundation. The non-profit foundation provides support and resources to families of other homicide victims. Since then, she has continued to work tirelessly as an advocate for crime victims’ rights. She regularly coordinates outreach activities with law enforcement and other civic leaders to work to reduce violent crimes along the Mississippi Gulf Coast. She is committed to keeping Keon’s legacy alive through her service to the community.

Latasha knows that her faith in God has sustained her during these trying times and hopes and prays that her story will encourage and uplift others.

Latasha Bryant
Latasha Bryant

This book contains some powerful testimony from some very courageous women! I want to share with you my story of losing my son and how that changed my life forever. I want to give you permission to grieve in your own way at your own pace. However, I want you to invite the Holy Spirit in to help you during this tedious journey. What I will promise is He will never leave your side and that in your weakness He is made STRONG! So I know you are very broken but breathe and TRUST GOD!!! He GOT YOU!!!

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