The Enemy within Me Is Real
Shelia Benjamin Inusah is the youngest of seven children born to Chester and Dorothy Benjamin. Her father, a preacher, recognized her specialness. At age five, she became her father’s understudy. By age seven, her understanding of God’s Word led her to commit her life to Christ.
Shelia lost her father and spiritual leader to cancer at age fifteen. Sixty-four days of caring for him at the end helped Shelia learn how to master the enemy within. God used cancer, divorce, failures, and twelve surgeries to prepare her for the challenges ahead. She came through to become a business owner, nurse, certified life coach, evangelist, pastor, and even chief apostle. Shelia learned that God can and will empower, inspire, heal, deliver, restore, enrich, encourage, motivate, educate, transform, and elevate.
Shelia is a world-renowned inspirational and motivational speaker. She is the founder of CB Helping Hands Ministries with churches planted across the US and Africa, as well as being a business owner and entrepreneur. The wells CB Helping Hands Ministries builds in Liberia to ensure drinking water is available, even the Bible College also located in Liberia, and The International Christian School in Ghana providing a Christian education is also invaluable to her.
I pray this snapshot of Chief Apostle Shelia’s journey inspires you to look at your journey and understand how the battle within you stands. The book The Enemy Within is Real speaks to her battles. What do you know about your own battles?
Brother Andrew Bush
“Reverting with twist that defy your expectations, it reads like no other book. It’s an exceptional piece of writing that ushers you directly into the heart and nature of God is life changing! Finally, a book written by a woman who had fallen into the darkness and could not see the light at the end of the tunnel. This book will encourage you to never give up. It shows how to come back from being dead spiritually, even when everyone else look at you and see a failure. God looks beyond your mistakes. The writer shares with us how she was blessed to receive many chances through the grace of God’s unconditional love.” (Bishop Antonio Thomas, Director of Economic development, Senior Pastor, Business owner.)