The author encourages readers by sharing the tragedy she experienced twenty years ago.
San Diego, California, USA – WEBWIRE – Saturday, April 1, 2023
Catch Jamie Pulos-Frys book display at the 2023 Los Angeles Times Festival of Books.
The religion and spirituality book Encouraging A Friend With Our Trials by Jamie Pulos-Fry will be exhibited by self-publishing and book marketing company ReadersMagnet at the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books. The literary festival will occur on April 22-23, 2023, at the University of Southern California, Los Angeles, USA.
Encouraging A Friend With Our Trials is based on a real-life incident that occurred in Jamies life over twenty years ago. The book, which is her first, contains pictures, Bible verses, and words of encouragement to help other people who have been in accidents and need help.
The strength to endure adversity comes from putting ones faith in Christ and turning to him with thankfulness, joy, prayers, and fortitude in defiance of ones hardships. Regardless of ones beliefs or conception of God, everyone possesses the strength to persevere through adversity. Regardless of their circumstances, people are encouraged to try to make their existence a blessing for others.
The author wrote the story based on her life experiences. She published her first book to inspire and bless her readers. She has a helpful and insightful blog on her website that discusses the best ways to cope with the tragedy of life.
Christians or anyone struggling in some aspect of their lives and could use some encouragement should get a copy of Jamie Pulos-Frys Encouraging A Friend With Our Trials. Get a copy today on Blurb. Drop by the ReadersMagnet exhibit at booth #225 at the 2023 Los Angeles Times Festivals of Books to check out the books display.
Visit Jamie Pulos-Frys website at https://two4avalon.com/.
Encouraging A Friend With Our Trials
Author | Jamie Pulos-Fry
Genre | Religion and Spirituality
Publisher | Blurb
Published date | August 9, 2013
Jamie Pulos-Fry is a faithful member of Lancaster Baptist Church in Lancaster, California. She likes to serve and volunteer in various areas of the church. Serve in the coffee shop and bookstore for West Coast Baptist College and sang in the choir at the church, plus she was a captain of a ladies bus for five years.
This is her first book; her second is Servants Heart: from the voice of a volunteer; and her third is A Widows Cry: a helpful tool for widow ministries. She hopes that Encouraging A Friend With Our Trials will lead us to the right response.