Book: Somebody Forgot to Tell the Kids - One Grandmother's Plea to the Church in America by Jeanne S. Silverscategories: Book, Salvation, Word of God, Consecration, Prayer, Commitment, Marriage, Family, Contentment, Eternity, Christian, Identity Crisis, Fear of God
Jeanne S. Silversabout this book: The title of this book, "Somebody Forgot To Tell The Kids," must surely have been divine inspiration. One day it was nameless and out of nowhere came this intriguing, self-defining identity. The title piques the curiosity of us all and while it is indeed a subject which draws from the Bible as it source, it should not be viewed as a conventional off-the-shelf Christian writing. Instead, it addresses broad subject matter with such conviction that it knocks down all the barriers of religion, age, economics, and ethnicity and reaches out to capture the hearts of a nation which has lost its way.
This grandmother's pleas speaks with humor and compassion to every American who has asked today's most perplexing questions.
I had some ideas about what the cover should look like, but I can't take credit for selecting the cover you see. The publisher's design crew gets all the credit for that and it was perfect. That was important to me because the story is told from a grandmother's perspective, the message is a today message, one of intensity that will challenge the reader long after the book has been place on the shelf.
Meet the challenge and the author.
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