Daily Spiritual Vitamins and Minerals for Your Soul – Book Trailer
Synopsis: Only God can heal you both spiritually and physically! Oftentimes, the vicissitudes of life get in the way of building an intimate relationship with God. We live in a fast-paced society and sometimes feel overwhelmed to the point that we question God's plan for our life. Daily Spiritual Vitamins and Minerals for Your Soul offers a dozen meditational reflections, supported by daily key verses, as a regulator to give our lives the rhythm we need to enhance our self-esteem, elevate our morale, increase our faith, and strengthen our fellowship with the Lord. We all need vitamins and minerals to stay physically healthy, and we need the Word of God to remain spiritually healthy. These pages contain nuggets of peace and wisdom for a troubled society and its weary people, and with daily meditation and reflection on God's Word, you will nourish your soul and soothe your spirit.
About the Author
Myrlande E. Sauveur was born in Haiti. She came to the United States when she was 17 years old to further her education. She started writing poetry and short stories at a very early age. Some of her writings won national recognition back in her homeland. Although she had a passion for and excelled in writing, she never majored in English literature or communication in college. She obtained her MBA in Business Management from Strayer University and kept writing on the side as her main hobby and a place to escape when life became too overwhelming.
In August 2009, she was recognized by Cambridge Who’s Who for demonstrating dedication, leadership and excellence in marketing. She is the author of Daily Spiritual Vitamins and Minerals for Your Soul; she is the 2013 Readers Favorite International Bronze Medal Recipient in the Christian Devotional/Bible study. She is also a volunteer youth counselor working with troubled teens all over the U.S. and Canada through a Christian online mentoring program. And she is a health and wellness consultant, teaching people how to live a healthy and well-balanced life.
She is the co-chair of Dorcas Foundation, a non-profit organization that focuses on helping Haitian College students and Haitian women.
Learn more about her on her website.