With strategy, the source, and sweat, genius isn’t necessary for success
Kirstie Alexandra Bronner, Dr. Xavier Cornejo, designer of the book cover and Kristie Alexis Bronner.
By Bunnie Jackson-Ransom
Atlanta, GA. — Kirstie and Kristie Bronner, best known as the “Bronner twins” who graduated as double valedictorians from Spelman College in 2013 making national news headlines, have launched the next phase of their budding, extraordinary career. Wise beyond their years, Kirstie and Kristie have combined their talents to write a book Double Vals: The Keys to Success in College and Life Beyond, recently published and celebrated at a recent Book Launch Party held at the Riverside EpiCenter, Austell, Ga.
Serving as youth pastors at Word of Faith Family Worship Cathedral, Austell, Ga., these young women have unleashed their skills, knowledge, personalities, and tireless energy, on those who will listen. People, young and old, are listening to what they have to say. Versed with the legacy of the Bronner family and with God in their lives, they are already a force in the 21st century, sometimes referred to as the “God Generation.”
Their latest achievement, Double Vals: The Keys to Success in College and Life Beyond, is a small part of their ministry and the work they do at Word of Faith Family Worship Cathedral [WOF]. They lead the WOF Ignite Youth Ministry, which is designed to help young people grow by pro-viding an environment of accountability, counsel, and friendship. WOF Ignite meets every Thursday evening at the Riverside EpiCenter, 135 Riverside Parkway at 7:30 p.m.
It was almost a year ago since the media blitz that introduced the Bronner Twins, now 23, when they graduated from Spelman College, both music majors with a 4.0 grade point average. The young women are currently focused on a career path with the youth ministry and music department at Word of Faith Family Worship Cathedral, which is led by their father, Bishop Dale Bronner. Their immediate plans are to grow their ministry, record a contemporary Christian CD, and to write another book. See the Bronner story on YouTube and Google.