Theresa Annie Malone gives all the glory to God

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New book spotlights how to find hope in times of grief

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All Scripture has been prayerfully and carefully chosen to ultimately uplift and revive the reader to healing and pressing on.

Theresa Annie Malone knows firsthand that the Lord moves in powerful and purposeful ways.

After tragically losing both of her sisters to one of the most debilitating forms of brain cancer, Malone offers an inspiring message of hope, love, joy and survival in her new book, “To God Be The Glory.”

While inspiring readers to grow closer with God, Malone unites scripture with her poignant journey through tragedy.

“All Scripture has been prayerfully and carefully chosen to ultimately uplift and revive the reader to healing and pressing on,” Malone said.

With uncertainty for her own health and future, Malone’s dream of writing a book to honor God could not be put off any longer. “Time was of the essence and I had to complete this book as a testimony for myself and my sisters,” Malone said.

“To God Be The Glory” not only connects believers with scripture, but additionally offers comfort and faith during times of pain and suffering.

“To God Be The Glory”
By: Theresa Annie Malone
ISBN: 978-1-4497-9430-9
Softcover retail price: $11.95
Hardcover retail price: $28.95
E-book retail price: $3.99
Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and WestBow online bookstores

About the author
Theresa Annie Malone is an International acclaimed poet who is currently working towards her Master’s Degree in Theology. Malone has served as a biblical counselor and chaplain and is the founder and president of Operation Living Hope, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit. Her goal is to help with crisis intervention, hunger relief, domestic abuse, suicide prevention, and mentoring children, who have been victims of harmful circumstances. Malone currently resides in Maple Grove, Minnesota.

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