My Perfect God

My Perfect God

by Sheila Robinson

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Overview

"My Perfect God," is a book of poetry which is essentially spiritual in nature and is comprised of a collection of poems originating and first published in 1987, with additions in 1996, and 1999. The poems reflect the grandness, greatness and sovereignty of God, and the essence of the meaningful relationship between the author and God as she has experienced God.

A few of the elements of nature, such as the sun and the wind, and more, speak out in this book as intelligent living entities in their effort to communicate with the reader their thoughtful and discerning understanding of God and how they perceive their origins, all of which are contributory influences of their deeply connected relationship with God and the manners by which they operate in the world.

Life conditions are expressed in poetic form, as are interactions between friends. In addition, several poems speak to connections with family members and the lingering, ever-present memories of days past that those recollections bring to the surface. Personal reflections are also contained in this book of contemplative, elemental, spiritual, reverent, and pleasantly recorded poetry. Available on Amazon and Kindle.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781546525059
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 06/07/2017
Pages: 108
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.22(d)

About the Author

Rev. Dr. Sheila Robinson is the granddaughter of a Pentecostal Pastor. Currently, she is Associate Pastor at Grace Tabernacle Community Church in San Francisco, CA. She holds an MA in Pastoral Ministries from Fuller Theological Seminary and a Doctor of Ministry from San Francisco Theological Seminary. She is also a Certified Professional Life Coach.
For 30-years, beginning in 1977, Sheila hosted a Sunday morning Gospel Music radio show in San Francisco, the 4th largest market in the US. During her broadcasting career, she co-founded the Bay Area Religious Announcers Guild, served as the first President with 2 subsequent re-elections. She is also a nine-time-recipient of the Best Religious Announcer Award from the Bay Area Gospel Academy Awards Ceremony and was inducted into the Academy Hall of Fame.
She authored a Children's Activity Book of poems and songs for children with an accompanying audio entitled, "From Auntie Sheila," as well as a book of poetry, "My Perfect God" which she promoted in Jamaica, WI, on Radio Waves 102.9 FM, Montego Bay, and LOVE 101 FM Radio, Kingston. She is a contributing writer of Life Lessons/Insight Essays for the Women of Color Study Bible. In recognition for her writing, she received the Peninsula Book Club Award for literary excellence among local African American writers. Previously, a feature writer for City Flight News Magazine, San Jose, CA, and a feature writer and columnist for the Oakland Post Newspaper, Oakland, CA, Sheila is currently a novelist, with "Those Old Women: tell their stories" being her first novel, available on Amazon and Kindle.
In 1995, Dr. Robinson was invited by the Citizen Ambassador Program of People to People International, in conjunction with the China Women's Association for Science and Technology, to attend the US/China Joint Conference on Women's Issues, in Beijing, People's Republic of China.
In 1999, she combined her RN nursing expertise with her commitment to ministry at the Rev. Jackie McCullough, Word Alive 1999 Medical and Evangelistic Outreach Crusade, in Ocho Rios, Jamaica, West Indies.
Dr. Robinson has traveled to the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, in the Middle East considered by the Jordanians to be "The Other Holy Land." This and subsequent visits allowed Rev. Dr. Robinson to see and experience first-hand the meaningful Biblical sites referenced in the Scriptures. An experience of a lifetime, Dr. Robinson holds dear her re-baptism in the ancient waters of the Jordan River.

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