New book encourages readers to hear God’s voice in every moment

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Poet Angela Davis reminds people to seek God’s presence at all times

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A lot of the time, we think that God is bad or has deserted us when times are not so good. It is a part of our journey as is the way in which we react to it – instead of blaming others or God.

Angela Davis knows that sometimes it does not seem that God is paying attention, so she making sure people understand that God is always present, even in the most trying situations. Her new book of poetry, “Life’s Funny Ways,” is a source of inspiration for people who think God may not be present in certain situations.

Davis tells stories from her own life through poetry. Her poems show the presence of God, even in the hardest times. She started the book as a “personal way of talking to God and asking him questions about [her] feelings and thoughts.” Eventually, it became a collection of poetry and short stories inspired by her life experiences.

Life’s Funny Ways shows evidence from Davis’ life that God is at work, even when it feels like He is far away. She has learned that it is more important to enjoy the journey of life – even when that includes pain.

“A lot of the time, we think that God is bad or has deserted us when times are not so good. It is a part of our journey as is the way in which we react to it – instead of blaming others or God,” she says.

In Life’s Funny Ways, Davis encourages people to embrace the journey and what God can teach them through it. She tells her story with love, compassion and humor. Through reading Davis’ story, people will be inspired to re-connect with God and their inner spirit. Her book shows the importance of God’s presence through every season in life.

“Life’s Funny Ways”
By Angela Davis
ISBN: 978-1-4771-0117-9 (sc); 978-1-4771-0118-6 (e)
Paperback, $19.99
Ebook, $3.47
Approximately 154 pages
Available at http://www.amazon.com and http://www.barnesandnoble.com.

About the author
Angela Davis is from Perth, Western Australia. Since her children have flown the nest, she and her partner, Andrew, now raise chickens, pigs and ducks, and are self-sufficient organic farmers. Davis served as a massage therapist for the 2000 Sydney Olympics and Paralympics. For more information about Davis and her book, visit http://www.angeladavisbook.com.

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