Even When Your Worst Foot is Forward, God Loves

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New author Rev. F. Howard Shapiro opens up in empowering new book

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You don’t need to put your best foot forward. You’ve probably been doing that too long.

Even when you put your worst foot forward, God is there and his love remains.

“For Your Tomorrows” by F. Howard Shapiro is part testimony, part memoir and part cautionary tale. Shapiro recounts his spiritual journey, from growing up an Orthodox Jew and the victim of serious anti-Semitism to embracing the religious ideals of his attackers—becoming an American Baptist minister.

Perfectly blending together personal stories, cultural commentary and the message of scripture, “For Your Tomorrows” seeks to empower us to recognize God’s presence in our lives—even when we put our worst food forward.

“You don’t need to put your best foot forward. You’ve probably been doing that too long,” Shapiro said. “Put your worst foot forward and be overjoyed when you start hopping, skipping and jumping on it.”

While “For Your Tomorrows” is primarily a memoir about Shapiro’s life and is full of atypical stories, Shapiro also writes of overly relatable experiences. “For Your Tomorrows” serves as a great reminder and alternative view of God’s love. Even when your worst foot is forward, and you feel lost, you can still find God and end up on the right path.

For more information, visit fhowardshapiro.com.

“For Your Tomorrows”
By: F. Howard Shapiro
ISBN: 978-1-4627-3386-6
Price: $12.99
Available on fhowardshapiro.com

About the author
F. Howard Shapiro is an ordained minister in the American Baptist Church; he is currently the pastor of the First Baptist Church of Willimantic, Connecticut. Additionally, Shapiro is an accomplished singer/songwriter who has recorded two CDs and serves as the host of the “Festival of Gospel Music,” a Sunday night radio program.

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317.602.7137
dpearson(at)bohlsengroup(dot)com

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