Sisters Beloved is about seven women who are faced with opposition, obstacles, and uncertainty as women in the ministry, a field primarily dominated by men. Women not accepted by their male counterparts yet faced with unholy propositions and ultimatums in order to perform ministry. They were in a man’s world but wouldn’t give anything for their ministries as long as they had God. Seven women who, by chance, formed a sisterhood, they were wounded and needed healing, so they came together to heal themselves. They broke their silence, sharing their stories and showing each other love, guidance, support, and encouragement in a nonjudgmental manner throughout their ministry. They knew they were called and held to their convictions and their calling. They did not have the favor of man, but they had the favor of God. They kept their focus with only faith and perseverance, moving themselves forward and achieving against the odds. Their bonding creates an everlasting friendship and trust with one another. As confidantes they created an atmosphere where they opened up with each other, let their guards down, talked freely, and discussed their experiences while resolving issues that they encountered as women. The connection, respect, and trust the women have for each other allow them to flourish, to be accepted, to have confidence, and to become well respected in their ministry.