Victor Sagayaraj was born in Tiruchirappalli, India and served in Indian Air Force for twenty years.
In the beginning of his defense service he experienced the touch of God and was born again. He was keen to study the Word of God and began to share his spiritual experiences and the revelations he received form the Lord. After gaining a few years of experience in interpreting the word of God, he published the prophet and the prophetic ministry for the benefit of the Body of Christ.
Lack of knowledge concerning the gift of prophecy and the prophetic ministry may lead even the
sincere Christians to go astray. False prophecies and false doctrines have been existing in the Church
to entice the followers of Christ. This book unlocks several secrets of vigilance to identify the falsehood
and is packed with a lot of vital information based on the Word of God to gain wisdom and discernment.
Dyanne Gordon Green was born and raised in northern California and currently makes her home in Charlotte, NC with her husband, Robert. She is a devout believer in the Lord and if you have any questions about Jesus, just ask! She has four children and four grandchildren scattered from coast-to-coast.
Dyanne has been weaving tales since before she knew how to write. At the age of four, Dyanne would dictate stories to her mom and then ask her to read them back to her word for word. She has published short fiction and non-fiction, produced ad copy for radio, taught creative writing sessions, co-developed a monthly event for writers to showcase their works, and served on the committee for a northern California writer's conference. Dyanne welcomes emails from readers at DyanneGordonGreen@gmail.com
Sweet fiction with a strong Christian theme. Maggie Archer teaches at Freedom Christian University and is very active at her church. Though never married, Maggie, now approaching fifty, still longs for a relationship. One that is based on Biblical principles and filled with love and friendship. Frank Porter, 55, owns his own construction company, is quite successful and is a born again Christian, ready to share the gospel with anyone and everyone. Frank came close to marriage several years ago but it didn't work out. He finds nights and weekends are too quiet and too lonely but he has resigned himself to his solitary lifestyle.
Maggie and Frank have a chance meeting at the large church they both attend and are very taken with each other. They meet again and find the attraction is mutual; however they both have secrets they aren’t sure they want to share now or ever. Is their faith and trust in God strong enough to overcome their past secrets or will they go their separate ways, never experiencing the joy they could have together?
Hi, I'm John Morris. I was born and raised in Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, England, and I began painting at the age of 17. Seeing Bob Ross' style of painting, I was instantly transformed into a world of color and desire to paint. I began by experimenting with the Japanese style of art, with birds on the rocks and various other kinds of oriental art, before finding my true love: The Mountains.
Painting Mountains always has been a source of peace for me. I loved seeing the snow-capped mountains in the real world and wanted to achieve that feeling when someone saw my mountains on canvas. However I could just never get the snow to break just right. That was until I finally learned the technique of using the palette knife. Once I leaned that less pressure is actually what makes the snow break, I knew I was onto something special.
In 2010 I left Huddersfield to take a role Scotland as a youth worker, Art didn't play much of a key role for me for the first eight months, but then one night something called me back to pick up the brushes again. The feel of the brushes against my hands, the connection I felt when holding the plastic, it was like the bristles were in sync with everything that I was doing. Every impulse, every surge of imagery that came to mind, began hitting the canvas and what I saw in my mind i then began to see in the real world.
In 2012 I had been studying at the Scottish Baptist College for around two years. During this time I had been battling with an undiagnosed condition called colitis. Spring came and I was taken into hospital, pumped with steroids to try to do a quick fix, and sent home, unable to study due to ill health. I had a lot of time on my hands, so what better thing to do than get out the paint brushes and begin painting. It was around this time that many people saw my work and saw huge potential in it.
Read more about John Morris and his Online Art Classes at: JohnMorrisArtFromTheHeart.com
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