Granby author debuts "God’s Heart: My home"
Granby, CO Colorado
The holiday season has passed, but still lingering are thoughts of home. In the recent release, “God’s Heart: My Home,” author Kathleen Miller, of Granby, translates readers to an experience that depicts the essence of home.
In the story, a woman visits God’s house and then returns to the place she lives. From beginning to end, conversations between God and the woman are candid and humorous.
In the not so distant past, Kathleen had to once again choose between career and family, making the tally of places lived a total of 25 in the past 30 years. Kathleen was reminded, as was the woman in the story of “God’s Heart: My Home,” that location, position, or dwelling does not determine our identity.
Many people struggle to have a home or to feel at home in their present living conditions. The National Law Center on Homelessness and Poverty, 2007, states that approximately 3.5 million people experience homelessness in a given year.
The Colorado Coalition also reports findings from the Colorado Statewide Homeless Count Point-in-time study that an estimated 16,000 adults and children, with more than 10,000 in the Denver area, know what it is like to be without a home (retrieved November 29, 2010, from ColoradoCoalition.org).
The recently released book, “God’s Heart: My Home,” ISBN 9780982943502, $9.99, is available at Rocky Mountain General Store in Granby as well as through Amazon.com or CyrusCyberpublishing.com. It is a swift read with poignant nuggets, making it a gift that assures of home. For more information visit GodsHeartMyHome.com and KathleenMiller.org.
Kathleen lives with her husband and son in Granby.
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