2 BOOKS THAT WILL STIMULATE INNER HEALIN

2 BOOKS THAT WILL STIMULATE INNER HEALING:
ABANDONED NO MORE…….. AND……. SHAME IN ME
ARE NOW AVAILABLE At: Yahweh, House of Worship Bookstore
1960 Chicago Avenue, Suite E1
Riverside, CA 92507
PHONE FOR HOUS OF OPERATION 951-682-5300

ABANDONED NO MORE: Mat, (Mary Ann Thompson) runs from all types of relationships, attends a few Singles Ministry meetings; and runs for the last time.

SHAME IN ME: Marva Montgomery; raised in church, saved at a young age, finds herself in jail and examines herself to find out where she went wrong.

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Before I could say anything, Stacey blur

Before I could say anything, Stacey blurted, “she’s in the third grade, and she’s in the fifth grade,” pointing to Janelle, and I’m in the seventh grade, now having her finger on her chest. Stacey had extended her neck and it was wobbling from side to side and she had what Mom called “a tone” while telling the woman our grades. Now my eyes are locked on both women, and, as if they had rehearsed dance moves, they both raised their eyebrows and pulled on the collar of their clothes as if a draft had come their way, then they each took a step back and looked at one another. “How many kids do you think she has?” The other woman said. The woman who asked me the question looked towards Stacey and said….

Before I could say anything, Stacey blur

Before I could say anything, Stacey blurted, “she’s in the third grade, and she’s in the fifth grade,” pointing to Janelle, and I’m in the seventh grade, now having her finger on her chest. Stacey had extended her neck and it was wobbling from side to side and she had what Mom called “a tone” while telling the woman our grades. Now my eyes are locked on both women, and, as if they had rehearsed dance moves, they both raised their eyebrows and pulled on the collar of their clothes as if a draft had come their way, then they each took a step back and looked at one another. “How many kids do you think she has?” The other woman said. The woman who asked me the question looked towards Stacey and said….

Before I could say anything, Stacey blur

Before I could say anything, Stacey blurted, “she’s in the third grade, and she’s in the fifth grade,” pointing to Janelle, and I’m in the seventh grade, now having her finger on her chest. Stacey had extended her neck and it was wobbling from side to side and she had what Mom called “a tone” while telling the woman our grades. Now my eyes are locked on both women, and, as if they had rehearsed dance moves, they both raised their eyebrows and pulled on the collar of their clothes as if a draft had come their way, then they each took a step back and looked at one another. “How many kids do you think she has?” The other woman said. The woman who asked me the question looked towards Stacey and said….

Come meet the author: JO ANN FELTON CART

Come meet the author: JO ANN FELTON CARTER, Saturday, March 10, 2012 from 10 am until Noon at Yahweh, House of Worship Bookstore, 1960 Chicago Avenue, Suite E1 Riverside, CA 92507 951-682-5300 SAVE THE DATE!

Where is Marva @ today, what’s she up t

Where is Marva @ today, what’s she up too, Umm…..When the elevator door opened, a young man suited up in a dark and light brown pinstriped Dolce and Gabbana, was exiting. He had about two inches of platinum spiked hair, and a blue money bag in his hand. The three of us walked onto the elevator and turned around to face the door. I noticed the young man was entering into the door we had just come out of. As we rode the elevator down, reality tried to sink in. I just couldn’t believe this was happening to me, no, no, no, that’s not true, I didn‘t want to believe this was happening to me. I closed my eyes and imagined myself in my car heading home with a nice aged rib eye steak and a fresh crisp Caesar salad from Mario’s Deli, nicely wrapped in Mario’s signature bag; lying in the passenger seat of my car. Oh yes, and I am headed home to eat, straighten up the kitchen, wait for Mom to call, rest and read my book. I was so deep in that thought; I even smiled. When I heard the sound of the elevator bell, I snapped back to reality. I realized the two policemen in the elevator with me were taking me to Fulton County jail. I cannot be going to jail, this is not happening, this is not possible! SHAME IN ME excerpt. Order your copy today from any local bookstore or on-line store and find out exactly what happens to Marva.

So, my plan was to return to Chicago, wo

So, my plan was to return to Chicago, work for a small accounting firm, get some hands on experience about the do’s and don’ts of running a small business and then establish my own accounting firm. That was my plan, however two days before graduation, while packing up my dorm to return to Chicago; I received a certified letter from Beckman and Jacobs Law Firm. They are located in downtown Mableton and are considered the largest and most prestigious law firm in the Atlanta region and, they are referred by other states. They were impressed with my 4.9 grade point average. My major was accounting with a minor in statistical math. The letter informed me I was a candidate being considered for the only accountant position available. I was extremely flattered to be considered for the position, so I decided to call and confirm my interview. I interviewed the following Thursday and two weeks later I started working. Only three weeks after graduation and I had a job, did I praise me some Lord! You have read an excerpt from the book SHAME IN ME, a book that stimulates ‘inner healing’.