Author John Watson’s newly released “Mother’s Day” is a riveting, tear-jerking tale about redemption and the discovery of hope

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“Mother’s Day” from Christian Faith Publishing author John Watson is an incredibly moving, touching novel that, through the tale of one man’s mourning for a deceased youth he had come to love as a son, delves both deeply and expertly into the themes of redemption and the possibility of hope in times of trauma and emotional devastation.

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“Mother’s Day”: an intriguing and moving tale about one man’s quest for self-redemption. “Mother’s Day” is the creation of published author, John Watson, a consulting chaplain in the Old Catholic Church who presently serves three long-term care facilities in the Twin Cities and New Brighton, Minnesota.

Watson writes: “What if your dreams could transport you to a time and place where all your guilt, insecurities, and self-doubt could be resolved once and for all? Would you make that journey even if it brought you to the foot of Calvary itself? It happened to John. Journey with John as he discovers his own portal to self-redemption and discovers hope.”

Published by Christian Faith Publishing, John Watson’s new book is the engrossing, involving tale of one man’s discovery of hope and redemption following the untimely death of the boy to whom he had become akin to a father.

This touching tale is one that transports its readers on a journey traversing the full spectrum of human emotion and delivers a hugely consoling, encouraging message about the prospect of hope and continuance in the face of tragedy.

View a synopsis of “Mother’s Day” on YouTube.

Consumers can purchase “Mother’s Day” at traditional brick & mortar bookstores, or online at, Apple iTunes store, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or inquiries about “Mother’s Day”, contact the Christian Faith Publishing media department at 866-554-0919.

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