Meridian, Miss. (PRWEB) July 27, 2012
Gleaning inspiration from his eventful life and spiritual odyssey, wordsmith Maurice Howard shares a collection of poetry that captures the unwavering essence of the love and peace that he found in God. A journey of the heart and soul waits to begin in “God's Love and Grace”.
Howard’s life was riddled with personal battles and tragedies. He shares that he became ensnared in substance abuse but it was during this dark period in his life that he found strength and hope in God. His inspiration for writing also came at this point and it became a source of relief for him. His struggles to break free from addiction and his eventual quest for healing become the foundation upon which his poetic anthology is built. Each poem in “God's Love and Grace” throbs with the emotional intensity of a man who has been through life’s valleys and survived it through God’s grace.
Gripping in its honesty and inspiring in its conclusion, “God's Love and Grace” is a reminder of that flickering light at the end of every tunnel of suffering and an invitation to celebrate and bask in the magnificence of God’s love and mercy.
This book will be featured at the 2012 Illinois Library Association Book Exhibit in Peoria, Ill. on October 9-12, 2012.
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About the Author
Born in Waterloo, Iowa, in 1961, Maurice Howard moved to Durant, Mississippi when he was ten years old. He joined in the Navy in 1980 after graduating from high school. After serving four years, he moved to Marietta Georgia.
After a marriage that ended in separation, Howard joined Providence Baptist Church in Georgia. God inspired him to write during his four and a half year battle with drugs. He hopes that his poetry will become encouragement to fellow Christians who are struggling in their journey and inspiration for lost souls to become a believer.
God's Love and Grace * by Maurice Howard
Publication Date: June 26, 2010
Picture Book; $21.99; 30 pages; 978-1-4500-9968-4
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