A. Guevara, a Sunday school teacher at Crossbridge Baptist Church, New York, has completed her new book, “The Lady and Girl with a Red Kite”: a personal Bible journal the author wrote to cope with starting a new life in a new place.
Guevara writes, “What comes to mind when you hear the place New York? This is a heart journey, and I hope you will come along with me. See New York from the eyes of a Christian immigrant. Read through the tear-stained pages of my Bible journal—the longing for a new identity, longing for a true friend, musings for new career and goals. Like so many immigrants, I pondered but for a moment, if I should redefine my purpose to find lasting joy.”
Published by Covenant Books of Murrells Inlet, South Carolina, A. Guevara’s new book is a thought-provoking. It is meant to challenge the Christian believer’s walk as they aim to follow Christ amidst overwhelming changes in life.
This is a story, within a story. Guevara wants to inspire readers to search the Word of God diligently, so they would know where their life story fits into God’s redemption story for all times.
Through her tale, Guevarra hopes to share her faith and inspire her readers to trust in God and trust in His plans for them.
Readers can purchase “The Lady and Girl with a Red Kite” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, or Barnes & Noble.
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Source: Covenant Books