Broken Crayons Still Color: Uplifting, Empowering New Book Takes Readers on Faith-Based “Journey to Restoration”
While the world-at-large becomes rapidly and worryingly secular, millions of people like Sandra Jean Charite have left the church, been forced to face some of life’s toughest adversities alone, only to put their faith back in God and return to a life of committed Christianity.
Charite knows God’s redeeming power first-hand and, in her compelling new book, she shows anyone how growing closer to their faith can restore them from even the most shattering of setbacks.
‘God's Unique Speaks: Broken Crayons Still Color: A Journey to Restoration’ calls on both prose and poetry, making it one of the most unique and empowering books to hit the market in recent months.
“I left the church as a teenager and vowed never to return,” explains Charite. “But I eventually came to realize that my life was totally empty without God. I know that millions of people around the world have turned their back on their faith and I hope that, through sharing my own creative stories, I can turn them back to God’s light.”
Continuing, “Nobody’s life is without struggle, so it makes sense that nobody’s life should be without God. If you think you’ve suffered every setback possible and that your life has little meaning, or that you don’t have anything to live for, I’d strongly encourage you to pick up a copy of my book.”
And what about the book’s enigmatic title? A quote from inside explains all, “Crayons, whether broken or not, are engulfed with color until they are completely warn out and can no longer function. Yet, even when they are broken, they are still able to give you the best pictures.”
‘God's Unique Speaks: Broken Crayons Still Color: A Journey to Restoration’ is available now: http://amzn.to/294khOJ.
· ISBN-10: 1534896678
· ISBN-13: 978-1534896673
About the Author:
Sandra Jean Charite is the last child of Marcel and the late Jacqueline Bertil Charite. At a young age, Sandra displayed a strong interest in writing while other youth spent majority of their time outside playing with their friends in the streets of Little Haiti, Sandra was in her room lost in her dreams and writing stories. Sandra’s mother noticed her interest in writing and purchased her daughter’s first journal, in which she filled with stories, monologs, poems, and letters to God. Her passion for writing continued as she matured as a teenager but she was very private about her writings.
Even though Sandra grew up in the church, she shied away from having a personal relationship with God. This resulted in Sandra leaving the church while still a teenager and she vowed to never return. Within that time, she faced many hardships that included losing her mom, rejection, disappointment, unemployment and other obstacles that led her to believe that her life was empty without God.
Sandra later gave her life to Christ and continued to spread her gift of writing. She is a former journalist of The Miami Times newspaper. . A worshipper at heart, Sandra is devoted to ministry and serving God to the fullest. Broken Crayons Still Color is Sandra’s first published book in which she pours out her soul in a series of poems and stories. Sandra is a blogger, Freelanced Writer, and poet. Visit her website: http://sandracharite.com