Paperback: 104 pages
Publisher: Warrior For Christ Publishing (May 27, 2014)
ISBN-10: 0990339505 ISBN-13: 978-0990339502
Book Title: Altars of the Heart Genre: Christian Non-Fiction
About the Book
Do events from your past continue to play over and over in your mind? Do you feel like your relationship with God is not where it should be? Are you looking for a deeper worship experience?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, then I have some good news for you. The answer may seem far away, but it's actually much closer than you think.
Altars of the Heart will take you on a journey to rediscover who you are and give you authentic tools to help you connect back to walking hand-in-hand with God through deeper worship.
The knowledge and insight that you will gain from reading this book will take you to a life of newfound liberation from insecurities, fear, doubt, shame, and un-forgiveness.
You will be encouraged to do an internal "heart" examination, to re-evaluate how you interact with others, make choices and worship the Lord.
The Word of God specifically states in the book of Hosea 4:6, that my people are destroyed for a lack of knowledge. I issue a challenge to you to open this book, and allow your life to experience freedom from bondage and finally discover your path to deeper worship.
About The Author
April Minger was born and raised in Springfield, Ohio. After graduating from high school, April joined the United States Air Force. April works in the Insurance and Health Care fields, and also has a Master’s degree in Business, graduating with honors, and is a member of the Alpha Beta Kappa Chapter of The National Honor Society. She currently resides in Fort Drum, New York, where her husband serves on active duty as a member of the United States Army. April and her husband of eighteen years have two children.
How does a first time author get started writing?
My answer to the question how does a first time author get started writing may seem somewhat simplistic, but I believe that the most important step is to start writing. You have to put “pen and ink” to your thoughts and ideas. The difference between having a concept and having a manuscript is no one can read your concept; if you want to be an author you have to get the concept on paper.
I believe that it helps to write about something you know, something you’re passionate about, and/or something that inspires you; however, as a writer you can’t just write for yourself, if you desire to be an author you have to write for your reader. Keeping your reader on your mind will actually help you stay focused and motivated during the writing process. After all, you have something that the reader needs to read, right? Therefore, your job is to complete the book, so the reader can experience what you have been working so hard to provide to them. Don’t forget to have fun and enjoy your writing process.
When I started writing my first book I was always jotting down notes to myself. I could be sitting at work and if something popped into my mind about my book I would grab the closest piece of paper and pen I could find. It could be a sticky note pad or even a clean napkin left over from my lunch. You can’t allow yourself to get stuck trying to perfect your writing style and theme at the start of the process; this may deter you away from your goal and frustrate you. You will revise your manuscript multiple times before it is finalized, so don’t stress and don’t be afraid to just start writing. For the first time author getting started may not prove difficult; however, staying the course and actually finishing may be the challenge. The first time author has to remember why they first wanted to write, so that not only will they want to get started, they will want to finish.
Open this book, and let’s have a heart to heart conversation!
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