We’re Kenyon & Taccara
Dubbing themselves Certified Failure Experts, Kenyon and Taccara Martin are not exactly what most would consider “role models” in marriage. Having overcome failed marriages and relationships, the dynamic duo somehow seems to have relationships all figured out. Don’t believe it? Just visit their fast-growing Facebook fan page and see what folks are saying! They bring real talk relationship advice that has people from all over asking, how they know SO MUCH about SO MUCH?
“It’s really quite easy,” Taccara joked. “We are failures but we’re also the testimony. We used our failures to discover who we are, where we went wrong and who we were going to become as a result. Failing is the easy part. It’s taking accountability that is the true test.” The two bring a level of honesty and self-awareness that is RARE in many ministry “brands” today. While the two bring an education in Theology and Christian Counseling, they don’t rest on those accolades to boost their credibility.
“Our Dirt Keeps Us Grounded.”
As a result, Kenyon and Taccara are Partners in marriage, Partners in business, Partners in life, and Partners for Life. With Taccara’s vision and Kenyon’s insight they are the perfect compliment to one another.
Together, the two have written three books,The Soul-Ties™ Detox Journey to Freedom, The Soul-Ties™ Rediscovering Me and The Soul-Ties™ Dating Guide. These books include exercises that empower individuals to participate in their own rescue. They take a very practical yet spiritual approach to healing where individuals journey from failure, forward. While The Soul-Ties ™Detox Journey to Freedom focuses on breaking free from toxic habits, broken relationships and toxic family-members, The Soul-Ties™ Rediscovering Me presents the reader with the next steps of Self-Discovery after losing themselves in a toxic relationship. The Soul-Ties™ Dating Guide is a pragmatic guide that helps individuals identify and resolve dating myths and behaviors that may have caused poor choices in relationships.
They’re far from done as future books will deal with additional relationship dynamics and how to heal them.
Their focus is a healing ministry that helps people to find real and tangible personal wholeness on all levels of relationship (single, dating, married, and divorced), because it takes two whole people to have ONE healthy relationship. Wholeness doesn’t mean perfection. Wholeness means being honest about who you are and understanding what you can do to become better and then getting there.
For Booking info on Kenyon and Taccara: