“The Hands of God” by author Judith Martin Alford is a stirring collection of tales that magnify the mercy and love of God for His people.
Judith Martin Alford, an educator and pastor with both Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees from the University of Georgia and a Master of Divinity from Erskine Theological Seminary, has authored the book “The Hands of God.” Her book is an enthralling tome of stories that show God’s miracles and majesty that significantly changed the lives of those who believe in Him.
Also, in this book, short stories will encourage the readers to develop a closer relationship with God and surrender their troubles and worries to God. By reading the stories in the book, the reader will be able to create an attitude of gratitude, compassion, kindness, and forbearance (patience). Above all, the book will inspire the readers to open their hearts to see God’s very Hand working in their lives, as this is the author’s prayer.
Alford implied, “God is active today doing miracles, signs, and wonders in his world. Here are some of His proofs in these true short stories!”
Published by Covenant Books of Murrells Inlet, South Carolina, Judith Martin Alford’s book is an awe-inspiring masterpiece that honors God and proclaims His wondrous works to the world.
Judith’s book about God’s intervention in human lives is a beautiful culmination of testaments on the Lord’s unconditional love for His people and benevolence.
The Audiobook Released
Alford’s Audiobook is a must-buy; if you love listening to testimonies about God’s goodness and miracles in people’s lives. With the book’s release in audiobook format, the author is witnessing Christian believers, especially those who are always “on the go” and those with different reading preferences, about God’s mercy, grace, love, and intervention in her other people’s lives. Alford says in the introduction, “The greatest joy that I have had in life is watching and seeing what the Hand of God has done. God has blessed me with these experiences, and I decided to write about them to share them with you and future generations.”
As mentioned, Judith Martin Alford is an educator and pastor with both Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees from the University of Georgia and a Master of Divinity from Erskine Theological Seminary. She taught public school in Western Pennsylvania from 1985 to 1998, where she raised two sons. While living in Western Pennsylvania, Judith served the United Methodist Church on several short-term mission trips to Germany and Russia. For a year (from 1998 to 19990, Judith traveled across the United States in an RV with Jim, her husband. Both did mission work with the homeless in Phoenix, Arizona, and Rust State College in Holly Springs, Mississippi. In 1999, when the couple moved to South Carolina, Judy encountered God’s call on her for evangelizing at the age of 52.
As an anointed elder in the South Carolina Conference of the United Methodist Church, she and Jim served six churches throughout South Carolina. She wrote Bible studies for all four years of Bishop Richard Wilke’s Disciple Bible texts during this time. For over twenty years, Judy loved teaching The Disciple Bible Studies. Cokesbury, the Methodist publishing house, copyrighted her lessons.
Judy and Jim have traveled extensively throughout the world. Still, she enjoyed their trips to the Holy Land, Egypt, and Paul’s second and third missionary sites in Greece and Turkey. Judith retired in 2014 to care for her terminally ill husband, who died in 2015. Today, Judy lives in Greenwood, South Carolina, where she enjoys making stained glass windows, writing, and serving the Lord, which is the delight of her life.
Grab a copy of Alford’s “The Hands of God: A Collection of Short Stories about God’s Intervention in Human Lives” at https://judithalfordbooks.com/ and become more welcoming to God’s intervention today.