This book depicts the struggles many kids encounter during their high school years through the eyes of compelling characters. I recommend this book to both students currently in high school and middle schoolers preparing for these tricky years. It is a reminder of God’s presence in our lives and the importance of seeking strength through him in times of uncertainty.
Tag Archives: Christian
An ENTP’s Experience with Spirituality & Religion
I am an ENTP and a Christian. I was initially raised Catholic but drifted away from the religion to go off and explore my own theories on life around age 17. At age 21, I attended a non-denominational Christian church with my mother and was pleasantly surprised by the message—it was so different from whatContinue reading “An ENTP’s Experience with Spirituality & Religion”
Holy Week Thoughts
Words from the Cross: A Good Friday Message.
Stacy Padula Selected as 1 out of 5,000 by Publisher
Tonight, I am feeling very thankful and honored to be 1 of the 4 authors selected, out of 5,000, to be featured on the home page of my publisher’s website. To be chosen as a face of the company that has helped so many authors make their dreams come true and to know that the team you work with believes in you/your mission is incredible.
The Path of Life & Illusion of Time
My philosophy is that the world was created by God, Jesus, and the Holy Spirit—God in three forms. God also created time, as a way for humans to experience his creation. Before he invented time, it did not exist and, therefore, God is not subject to time. I believe God experiences things eternally; he seesContinue reading “The Path of Life & Illusion of Time”
My Journey from Catholicism to Evangelical Christianity
I was raised in the Catholic Church. I’m from New England, should that be a surprise? When I say, “raised” I mean I was there three or four times a week! My mother ran the Jr. High and Sr. High Youth Groups, taught CCD, and for fun cleaned the church. I sang in the choir,Continue reading “My Journey from Catholicism to Evangelical Christianity”
Kimberley Payne’s New Children’s Book “Adam’s Animals”
From Author Kimberley Payne: Kickstarter is a way to bring a creative project to life with the direct support of friends, colleagues and family. My book project, “Adam’s Animals”, is one of the endeavours found on Kickstarter. “Adam’s Animals” is a children’s activity book that features over 40 animals mentioned in the Bible and little-knownContinue reading “Kimberley Payne’s New Children’s Book “Adam’s Animals””
Official Release of “The Aftermath”
On sale today at Barnes & Noble and Amazon.com The Aftermath follows Jason Davids’ journey of self-discovery, as he tries to overcome a destructive lifestyle. Jason, a high school freshman, has been caught up in drug use for the past two years. After a natural disaster strikes his town and lands one of his classmates in a coma,Continue reading “Official Release of “The Aftermath””
Teen Realistic Fiction Book that Deals with Substance Abuse & Recovery – Coming fall 2013
Below is a preview of “The Aftermath” – to be released this fall: Prologue Jason Davids glanced at his bedroom clock. Seven nineteen. Twenty-four hours had passed since one of the darkest moments of his life. He sighed and fell back on his unmade bed. He curled into the fetal position and tried with allContinue reading “Teen Realistic Fiction Book that Deals with Substance Abuse & Recovery – Coming fall 2013”
Words from the Cross: A Good Friday Message
When Jesus cried out “my God my God why have you forsaken me” he was reacting to something he had never before experienced. He was experiencing separation from His Father. He was feeling the weight of sin and bearing sin’s consequence. You see, sin separates man from God. It causes walls to go up betweenContinue reading “Words from the Cross: A Good Friday Message”
News: Guest Appearance
Stacy will be speaking to the confirmation class at St. Francis in Weymouth on Tuesday evening. She will be sharing about her book series (www.montgomerylakehigh.com) and sharing parts of her own personal testimony.
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