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New Book from Redemption Press Offers Purpose During Trying Times

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Redemption Press
Nov. 13, 2020

ENUMCLAW, Wash., Nov. 13, 2020 /Christian Newswire/ -- According to a March 2020 poll from the American Psychiatric Association, more than one-third of Americans (36%) say coronavirus is having a serious impact on their mental health and most (59%) feel coronavirus is having a serious impact on their day-to-day lives.* With this new reality upending life as we know it and anxieties running high, many are searching for purpose and hope during these unprecedented times.

In Elaine Herman's new thirty-day devotional book, Bloom! Serving God Where He Has Planted You, readers will discover how the timing of their birth, their personality, and their talents fit into His plan, and they'll be inspired and equipped to start serving Him—right where they are. She demonstrates how God can use the trials of life for good and offers the encouraging message that God's plans and purposes prevail. In an era of social-distancing, Hersman's message of serving God from where you're at also offers timely applications.

"God doesn't need everyone to be a missionary, a pastor, a ministry leader, or a full-time ministry worker," Hersman says. "He needs most of us to be ministering to the people we interact with during our day-to-day lives." Even if that now means video conference calls with friends, kids at home, or fellow essential workers. Hersman encourages readers to seek out the ministry opportunities all around them, employing their unique talents and personalities to participate in God's plan.

"God needs His people to be the light in a dark world," Hersman says. "Let people see Jesus shining through you. We are all faced with choices every day in how we treat those around us. What we say and how we react to what others say and do is important. The more we rely on the Spirit to help us be like Jesus in those moments, the more beautifully we will bloom."

* https://www.psychiatry.org/newsroom/news-releases/new-poll-covid-19-impacting-mental-well-being-americans-feeling-anxious-especially-for-loved-ones-older-adults-are-less-anxious

ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Elaine Hersman is a nature lover, which led her to the garden theme in her debut book, Bloom: Serving God Where He Has Planted You. Her fulfilling life includes studying God's Word, working full-time as a senior executive with an insurance company, and spending time with her large family. She treasures Bible studies with her best friend, vacationing with her husband of thirty years in the many beautiful national parks in the US, and Elaine enjoys photography, bird watching, and cooking. Elaine has been called by God to share this message and prays that it will end up in the hands of those that God intended to read it . . . which could be you!


For review copies and media interviews, contact: ehersman@me.com.

SOURCE Redemption Press

CONTACT: Elaine Hersman, ehersman@me.com

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