Today is the day!!!! This is the beginning of a new ministry, an opportunity to reach people worldwide with a unique approach to scripture. Today I dedicate this book to the Lord and I know He will place it in the hands of those who need it most.
Book Launch Party – Normandale Hylands United Methodist Church
One day until the launch of Eyewitness to a Savior (August 27, 2014: Book Launch Party – Normandale Hylands United Methodist Church).
Why the book is important
- I believe the words come directly from God. It is His message.
- The emotions displayed will attract the reader to Jesus
- The applicable lessons will give pause for thought and perhaps change
- It brings the scriptures to life
- It helps us get to know Jesus better
- It is non-threatening and promotes the unconditional love, mercy and grace of God
- It is easy to read and can even serve as a devotional
- It acts as a catalyst for readers to want to explore the Bible
- The words can change a person’s perception of who Jesus is and how much He loves us
- It draws meaning into the purpose of Jesus’ early existence and sacrifice
Three days until the launch of Eyewitness to a Savior (August 27, 2014: Book Launch Party – Normandale Hylands United Methodist Church).
Put it down
This venture is clearly a ministry and not a profit making idea. This book is a way of reaching out to others enabling them to experience God’s word in a different format. I don’t know what will happen with this book. Will it sit on the shelves getting dusty? Will no one buy it? Will the words never be read? It doesn’t matter, for I know God has a purpose and a plan for this book. It might be that this is all about me learning how to be bold in my faith. If that is the lesson so be it. I pray this legacy at the very least is an inspiration for my family and future generations of my family to know how much I love the Lord and am willing to profess that faith publicly.
Four days until the launch of Eyewitness to a Savior (August 27, 2014: Book Launch Party – Normandale Hylands United Methodist Church).
I have always credited God with this book and as I go forward and accolades are made I want to continue to emphasize that I am merely the typist who obeyed her Lord. I have worked hard to make Him proud with this book and I am thankful that it passed the theological review as authenticity is the most important aspect to me. I want God’s word to be true and held in high esteem.
Five days until the launch of Eyewitness to a Savior (August 27, 2014: Book Launch Party – Normandale Hylands United Methodist Church).
For years God has prepared me for this moment: Bible studies, reading the entire Bible, being exposed to women of faith, inspirational sermons, life experiences, and interactive prayer. God has given me skills and amidst those skills He has breathed His message through me into the pages of a book. I believe this is His story, told in His way, and He wants it published and shared. God has provided the word, means, publisher and confidence to put it into action.
Summer is my favorite time to spend outdoors in Minnesota. The humidity is low, birds are singing, and I can get my hands in some dirt. I love to garden and this inspired me to think about growing in our faith. God calls us to walk in obedience and trust Him for direction and outcome. He promises to abide with us and in us always. As I contemplate my book ministry, I want to constantly remind myself that this gift is to honor Him and not glorify myself. Eyewitness to a Savior was written to share the good news of God’s love for His people. Stepping out in faith, I hope to honor Him and I am confident He will provide what is needed to convey this message. As we savor His blessings, seek His will, repent and offer thanksgiving we will blossom in our faith and our true joy will be found in Him.