It’s all about LOVE.

 

Love for God, and Love for her neighbors.

Ana Esther is a Leukemia survivor (diagnosed at the age of 15 and healed miraculously) and a walking miracle as she shares her story in her latest book Be Made Whole: Defying the Deadliest Cancer.

Her heart is to speak wholeness into the lives of women, men, children and families, by sharing her story and providing resources available in this journey. She has established the Be Made Whole Journey, focusing on 5 areas (which she calls pillars):

  1. Faith

  2. Family/Friends/Relationships

  3. Fostering Change

  4. Fitness/Health

  5. Finances

In each pillar, she focuses on sharing information that addresses each topic and envisions expanding what it means to be made whole. 

Ana is also a creative designer as the Founder of Es3lla Designs. She managed the Creative Department of Godzchild Publications where she oversaw design, promotions, publishing and distribution, among other roles.

In addition, Ana is an advisor and community liaison, having worked with Early Childhood Education, Higher Education and adults with Developmental Disabilities. A Seton Hall University graduate with a BA in Communication and Psychology and an MA in Higher Education, Ana is an Academic, Personal and Financial Advisor as well as a Support Coordinator.

In addition to Be Made Whole: Defying the Deadliest Cancer, Ana Esther has also written Baby Lessons from A to Z: Life Lessons from my daughter and co-written with Shaun Saunders, WE Must, WE Shall: The Worship and Evangelism Workbook.

Ana Esther is the grateful mom of Zinai Esther. She finds no greater joy than spending time with her baby girl and making living life more intentional and meaningful through ministry, creative arts and service. She is a member of the church community formed by Campamento de Jehova located in Elizabeth, NJ and fellowships with various ministries and organizations. She lives by one of her favorite proverbs:

 

Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding. In all your ways acknowledge Him and He shall direct your path. - Proverbs 3:5-6