The Advocate Press is releasing two more books this month of interest to United Methodists in South Carolina.
One is a poetry collection by Stephon C. Void, From My Heart to Your Eyes: Poems of Faith and Social Justice. Void, a native of Bowman and a certified lay servant in the South Carolina United Methodist Church at New Covenant UMC, Bowman, is also the nuclear magnetic resonance technician in the Department of Chemistry at Claflin University. He developed a passion for writing when he was selected to participate as a contributing author for the latest African series for Discipleship ministries of the United Methodist Church.
The other, “Who Am I? A Devotional for a Jesus-Centered School Year,” is from Cindy Barrineau Curtis, youth director at St. Andrews Parish UMC, Charleston. Curtis is a teacher, author and motivational speaker with a career spanning more than 30 years in education, ministry, writing and speaking.
They are available at www.advocatesc.org/books.
These two round out a total of five books the Advocate has produced this fall. The others, which are currently on sale now, are as follows:
“Faith in Action: Stories of Salkehatchie Summer Service,” compiled by the Rev. John Wesley Culp Jr.
“Walk with Me: Your Spiritual Esteem Journey,” by the Rev. Cathy Joens and Toni Taylor
“What I Have Come to Believe,” a spiritual reflection by the Rev. Arthur H. Holt
All are available as a paperback and ebook and available at www.advocatesc.org/books.