Broken Hope Like Broken Crayons Still Work
The readers’ reactions to the October 2019 Project “Broken Hope Like Broken Crayons Still Work” were outstanding!
Thank you to the new and existing followers who gave encouraging comments and left many “Likes.” Thank you!
I am blessed to have had the corporation of many who helped to make this project a success.
When writers open the doors of their hearts in writing for publication, this is called “Bravery.” I thank all of the first time writers for And He Restoreth My Soul Project. Pamela J. Robinson, Gaila L. Thomas, and Kathysue Dorey. Thank you for trusting me with your words.
Then there are the faithful and loved writers who are always ready to contribute to the projects sponsored by And He Restoreth My Soul Project. Dr. Princess Olufemi-kayode, David Wilkinson (contributor to And He Restoreth My Soul), Dr. Cherrye Vasquez, Roger Mann, Dr. Joyce Kelly, and Dr. Robert Enright, and Dr. Roland Bal who allow me to connect you with their work. Thank you all with a heart filled with gratitude.
I owe gratitude and appreciation to Bryan Sugimoto who edited my work for this project. Thank you, Bryan!
As another year closes, I am genuinely thankful to God for the desire He has given me to do this work. I’m looking forward to another year of blessings that come through And He Restoreth My Soul Project as well as the book “And He Restoreth My Soul.” And I thank God for you and that you are blessed in the work He has given you.
Jude 1:2 May mercy and peace and love be multiplied to you.
I serve at the pleasure of God,
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