Myrtha Golatt

Myrtha Golatt
Murder by Perception
The way we view our friends, relatives, neighbors, managers, coworkers and church members, affects our perception of a situation and it impacts the way we treat people. Perception is very dangerous, it affects how we make decisions and it can lead to inappropriate behavior and perceptual biases. There is a way to survive “Perceptual Murder”. If your reputation or character have been murdered by someone’s perception, you should read this book. If you are the murderer, you need to read it.
For those who have perceived incorrect information about someone and shared it, thus killing that person and those who have been and are victims of someone’s perception who are hurting today. It does not matter if you read this book from front to back, or just turn to a page without looking; each section of the book will touch your heart in one way or the other.
My Mama’s Baby
My Fault? Certainly not!
12 Days of a Spiritual Makeover Christmas
Plano/Texas/Collin
Dr. Myrtha Golatt is a dynamic teacher, she has a unique and powerful gift for imparting the Word of God. Her messages are anointed and are remembered years afterwards because she captivates her audiences by illustrations, scenarios, humor and fresh vocabulary which penetrates deep into the heart of the listener with incredible authority, clarity, and personal application. She is a Spiritual Life Coach, published author, freelance writer and holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Theology and an Honorary Doctorate from the Sacramento Theological Seminary. Myrtha’s anointed teaching helps people see a clearer path into transformation. Her unique style and humor are designed to keep you smiling so it isn’t too painful when the truth hits home. Such high intensity in the Holy Spirit, accompanied by her colorful delivery, enables her to impact her audiences and clients nationwide. Her teaching is an unforgettable experience.
Renewing Your Mind
Nudge Before you Judge
Murder by Perception
All Things Made New

“I will not go where I am not celebrated”