Married to the Visionary


This book is for every woman. It will challenge you to rethink your purpose as a woman and as a result better prepare you for your role in marriage. Starting from the story of creation in Genesis, this book walks you through God’s original intent for woman.

Not only did God create man and woman equal but He released the blessing over them both to multiply and have dominion. As you read this book you will discover truths about the characteristics of a great woman. May you be equipped to be a Sidechick, ordained to carry the vision.


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“Spiritually sound with practical application. Meadows reminds us that our role/our position is vital to the success for our husband’s vision. Our assistance, our humility, our prayers, our influence to name a few are areas of strength. Great book!!”

~Kingdom Vision

This is an excellent read I highly recommend this book!”

~V. Hunter

This is a very good book that helps us understand our position in the kingdom. It also shines a very bright light on what it means to support a vision and a visionary. Great read!!! Very encouraging!!!

~Nicole Brown

This book provides empowerment to all women to position their rightful place in kingdom, womanism, and marriage perspectives. Love it!

~Yolanda Mercer

Clear and concise, Patrice Meadows calls for women to commit/recommit to convenant marriage relationships in her book, Sidechicks: Married to the visionary. Meadows weaves threads of story from contemporary women across a foundation of stories of iconic Biblical women to create a tapestry of new revelation and understanding of the word “sidechick.” She brilliantly writes a self-help book for women with out offering a formula or using a gimmick. Instead, she creates space for the Holy Spirit to meet each reader where they are at in their relational journey with Christ to unfold the ageless wisdom packed in her 153 page work of art.

~Reverend Suzanne M. Begin, PhD