TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (PRWEB) May 04, 2018
Brenda S. Turner, a proud mother and grandmother and the former owner of Brenda’s Hometown Deli in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, has completed her book “Missing Pieces: The Truth”: a thought-provoking tale about faith, family, and eternal life with God.
“Missing Pieces: The Truth” tells the story of a woman’s struggle to find her identity in God and her search for the truth concerning her distant relative, Henry Wells. Alive in the 1800s, Henry Wells is now known as one of the thirteen ghosts of Alabama. His face appears in the Carrollton, Alabama Courthouse’s window. Along with recounting her own inspirational story, Brenda shares the proof she uncovered about the historical events concerning her great-great uncle.
When asked about writing “Missing Pieces: The Truth” Brenda responded, “No matter what we go through, always know that God has a plan for all of us through faith in Jesus Christ, whether through the good or the bad. Know well that we all are held accountable for our own actions. It may seem like a long hard road to walk, but you can get there and see that he is for real all through faith and prayer. But we’ve gotta go through to get through. Must Jesus bear the cross alone? I have been through a lot, but I will never be ashamed or doubt my faith in God. I have the conformation of the Lord, and that’s all I need. Life is not a competition but about living in righteousness and truth.”
Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, Brenda S. Turner’s book is an engaging account of an eventful faith journey and the many signs of the eternal experienced in everyday life.
Readers who wish to experience this inspiring work can purchase “Missing Pieces: The Truth” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.
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