United Kingdom (PRWEB) October 01, 2013
A recent survey completed by a research group reveals that some people have a “biblical” worldview—they view reality and make sense of life and the world. Some people are falling away from their faith in God. In Without Doubt, author John Stephens presents a compilation of meaningful and enlightening poems and short story aimed at rejuvenating people’s faith and strengthening their relationship with God. This book will remind readers of the value of absolute trust in God and how it will lead them towards a meaningful and purposeful spiritual life.
The author has written poems and short stories, religious and secular, over many years. His works have been published in various books and magazines. In his goal to reach to a wider audience, he compiles the best of his literary works in Without Doubt. In this collection, Stephens’ faith shines in each poem and short story, weaving little nuggets of wisdom and biblical truths that will teach readers to trust in God completely, without any doubt. One gem of a story is a retelling of “Jack and the Beanstalk”, wherein the author adds his own modern twist of faith. There is no magical beanstalk, but the treasure a mother and son discover turns out to be more than they ever imagined. Readers can uncover other literary jewels as they immerse in this wonderful anthology.
Through Without Doubt, readers will discover spiritually insightful poems and life-changing short stories that will inspire them to rejuvenate their faith and seek a closer relationship with God as they learn to let go of all their fears and doubts.
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About the Author
John Stephens was born in Hereford, England in 1926. He joined the Royal Air Force in 1943, when he was 17, and served as a wireless operator aircrew, continuing until the Korean War when he retrained and was commissioned as a pilot. At the age of 43, he went to college for training as a teacher, a career in which he continued until retiring at the age of 65. Stephens married Flora, a German national, two years later, and they had two children, Linda and David. Sadly, Flora died of a brain tumor after nine years when the children were 7 and 6 years old. Two years later, he married Audrey, who had been a missionary nurse in Kenya. It was then that the author’s life was turned around. With Audrey’s encouragement, including attendance at a Billy Graham meeting at Aston Villa Football Ground and attendance at many Christian conferences, he gave his life to the Lord. Audrey died of cancer in May 2000. Today, Stephens is an active member of an Anglican church in Leicestershire.
Without Doubt * by John Stephens
Trade Paperback; £9.99; 53 pages; 978-1-4797-1416-2
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