Anita Renee Murray: Open House and Signing
Please join us at 2 p.m. on Saturday, July 14th, for an Open House with author Anita Renee Murray who will be signing her book Daddy, Do You Love Me?.
For seven years, he was the hero in her life. Then one afternoon, he vanished. He no longer wanted to be a responsible parent. At twelve years old, she realized that he was not coming back, and would have to deal with this matter of the heart. Can Arianna move forward? In Daddy, Do You Love Me?, Arianna learns that by applying God’s word she can be happy and enjoy life regardless of who chooses not to be a part of it.
In this book, each devotion begins with a scripture reference which gives direction for the situation faced. A letter from God follows each experience with words of comfort and promises which encourage boldness, confidence, and strength through scripture. This will enable you to move on in the blessings of God. After each letter, there is an action step or memory verse designed to help heal from abandonment, isolation, confusion and self-doubt. Throughout the devotions, there are Bible references for reflection on God’s word. You will discover how you can know your self-worth, unconditional love, success without excuses, and forgiveness. In addition, absent dads will gain insight on the importance of quality time in their children’s lives and accepting parental responsibility.
Anita Renee Murray is an author, inspirationalist, and mentor. She writes to edify girls to prevent negativity, jealousy, hate and low self-esteem, to empower women to never settle for less than God's best for them, and encourage females to have confidence in themselves and to reach their full potential.
With a passion for speaking to teens and young adults about abstinence and healthy relationships, Renee is the founder of Teens Before Parents, a teen pregnancy prevention nonprofit organization, a recommended speaker and certified facilitator. Renee lives in Spartanburg, SC, with her husband Wayne and their daughter Armanni.