Children's Picture Book Author
By Diane Elgin
As we go into this new phase of our lives how are you doing? My hope for you as you read this short daily devotional is that you would allow God to take control of your life as you follow him into a new adventure.
This book is a daily devotional. It asks “What-if” questions that challenge you to choose God daily. It has heart-hitting issues that may bring you to your knees to repent and praise Him. But at the same, time it is easy to read. And lastly, it helps you read the book of Acts in thirty-one days.
My book came about when I asked myself, “what if”questions. As I sought to be obedient, the Holy Spirit led me in every way. Furthermore, I was studying the book of Acts at my church. Mclean Bible.
I shared my journey on Facebook, asking those same questions. I was so amazed at how much my words touched my Facebook friends and family. They were asking themselves, those same “what if” questions. After being prompted by the Holy Spirit, I compiled those questions into this book. Please pray that you will allow the Holy Spirit to guide you as you seek to have a close relationship with Him
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There are more books to come. I would love to chat with you as you read my book, and as you go on your journey. I will be praying fervently.
Diane Elgin is a teacher and a new author. She desires for her books to allow the readers to learn different uplifting lessons about life. The characters will make you laugh and learn, and they will have fantastic personalities. Diane believes all people are created perfectly, but at the same time are different from each other.
Diane graduated from Pensacola Christian College with a B.S. in Elementary Education with a minor in Psychology. She has been a teacher in private schools for fourteen and a half years. Currently, she teaches art with Homeschool Connected Community. (HSCC) and ESL online at VIPKIDS. She also teaches Sunday school, and volunteers and teaches Bible in the preschool classroom every Sunday.