Roslyn Alexander

Biography

Roslyn became a follower of Jesus at the age of 17. She attained a BA from Eastern IL University with a minor in fine art. She also holds an associate degree in occupational therapy from Parkland College, Champaign IL. She specialized in fine motor skills, handwriting and arts and crafts for children with developmental delays. Roslyn helps students and their parents who need a fresh take on daily challenges to achieve success. This skill has flowed over into her inspirational writing and artwork. Roslyn continues to show and share her inspirational writing, sculpture, digital art and poetry through a variety of venues, but most specifically with children as she shares her art and faith with her inspirational books. "I Am" Through the Ages" was written for internationals and young adults after Roslyn lead international women in an Old Testament Bible study.

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Bones
About Bones

 “Someday we will all go to our grave, but this is not the end of life for all who believe Yahweh has shown us the way. This book is about the resurrection of the dead in Christ for children nine to twelve years of age. This story also incorporates Old Testament prophetic Scripture from King David, Ezekiel, and Moses. As always Roslyn’s book is art intensive with artwork on every page as she sews together the gift of redemption and freedom from the grave.

In Seven Days?
In Chinese, the story of Creation

Books

"I Am" Through the Ages
Price: Free! Words: 13,400. Language: English. Published: April 23, 2013. Categories: Nonfiction » Religion and Spirituality » Christian Ministry / Evangelism, Nonfiction » Inspiration » Spiritual inspiration
This short book is just a sampling of what each book is about in an attempt to provide overall meaning of the Old Testament. It will provide insight to a new believer, or for someone who has never found the time to read the whole Old Testament on his or her own. This is a quick overview of the Old Testament in order to help give meaning to the Bible as a whole.

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