For anyone who has ever wanted to become a better person, this book will truly inspire. God Is a Coleman Lantern is the autobiography of Connie Darlene Stewart, a woman who has dedicated her life to following in the footsteps of Mother Teresa, helping the homeless and poor in the Phoenix area.
From collecting outdated canned goods from a local supermarket, to rags and blankets from a local mechanic, Stewart helped the homeless in her community one donation at a time. She later created a "ministry on wheels" and traveled the California Coast, providing food, clothing, and supplies to the poor.
The book details Stewart's spiritual journey over the 61 years of her life. When she set in motion her own process of self-discovery, she realized that God's love lives in everyone. In the author's own words: "My relationship to God has been a very personal one. He has protected me, loved me, put stones of learning in my way and angels on my shoulder. The journey of spirituality is a lifelong process. This book is my spiritual journey."
Connie Darlene Stewart began writing about her life when she was just a child, but it was not until the last two decades that she compiled and organized her writing. She has worked in office administration for the past 40 years. In the future, Stewart plans to travel the world and write more books. She currently lives near Charlotte, N.C.
|Publisher:||Strategic Book Group, LLC|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.68(d)|