Title: The Heart Speaks of Love, Spirit, Life & Death
Subtitle: A Collection of Poems, Songs & Short Rhyming Stories
Author: Doris S. Hall
Genre: Poety/Christian Fiction
Publisher: Westbow Press
Pages: 394 pages
Publication Date: November 22, 2019
Synopsis: This book is compiled of many different stories, poems and songs written from many different perspectives and is full of diversity and thought provoking words.
This book has been collected from personal experiences and/or visions that God has shown the writer. Be ready to laugh, cry and sing when you sit down with this book.
Amazon Link: https://www.amazon.com/Heart-Speaks-Love-Spirit-Death/dp/1973675900/ref=tmm_pap_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr=
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Author: Lisa Slaton
Genre: Fiction/ Christian Fiction/Trauma/Recovery
Format: Paperback & Kindle
Publisher: TouchPoint Press
Pages: 196 pages
Publication Date: August 30, 2019 (Pre-order Now)
Synopsis: Diagnosed with Multiple Personality Disorder and other mental illnesses, Lisa created personalities as a child to help her survive trauma and abuse. As an adult, she finally meets her alters and finds that they are Christian alters whom God will use to help her understand His great love and mercy toward her. It is when God gives Lisa one of the most difficult challenges of her life – forgiving the person she hates most in the world, her mother – that she learns how to accept God’s forgiveness and salvation.
Author: Theresa A. Laws
Genre: Fiction/ Christian Fiction/African American Fiction/Romance
Format: Paperback & Kindle
Pages: 233 pages
Publication Date: January 16, 2019
Synopsis: Jack wasn’t perfect but he could admit it. Kelly wasn’t perfect nor could she hide it. A beautiful love story of a confident Christian politician and his love for a reluctant beautiful woman with special needs. Jack Riley, is an up and coming politician embarking on a new campaign to win a congressional seat in the state of Mississippi. Full of compassion for people, he’s fulfilling his ailing father’s wishes to take up the cause of social injustice. He’s also waiting on something or rather someone else he didn’t know he needed to fulfill his journey. Pressure from his mother and her tactics in matchmaking cause him to stop seeking all together and give the matter over to God.Kelly Sanders has had many obstacles to overcome due to special needs, but she and her family never give up. Seeking to overcome rejection through prayer and an ever determined spirit she reaches many of her life goals. But, something she never expects proves that God does indeed have a sense of humor as these two lives intersect. Jack and Kelly are both seeking to love and to be loved. Is she the one for whom he waits? Can their different paths merge into one? What do they learn about God and each other? Can family and friends derail heart decisions? What lessons are we taught as we journey through life with them? Be prepared. Be very prepared.
Author: Kay Moser
Publisher: Living Parables
Genre: Fiction/Romantic Fiction/Spiritual Fiction
Format: Paperback & ebook
Length: 308 Pages
Publication Date: January, 2013
Rachel D’Evereau has everything the world can offer–wealth and prestige, striking beauty, a successful husband, and a profession she loves. Yet, when a series of catastrophes begin to shatter the secure, comfortable walls that surround her life, she is forced to admit long-suppressed feelings of insecurity and worthlessness.
Rachel returns to her ancestral plantation home where she confronts the painful secrets that have haunted and challenged members of her family for generations. Her quest to rekindle the spiritual flames that guided her as a child take her on an unexpected journey, a journey from darkness into light.
Celebration! is a sweeping saga filled with characters whose lives blaze across the pages of history, from the genteel South of the early 1800‘s to the tumultuous landscapes of modern America. It is also a powerful and moving novel that captures the journey each of us must take if we are to accept our true identity as God’s worthy children.
“There was a lantern in her soul that called reassuringly,
‘Come home, child, come home’–
a lantern that had been there always.”