With credits ranging from songwriting to freelance feature writing for local newspapers, Dee Marvin Emeigh is a truly a journalist, but also writes flash fiction and poetry. Her first book is an autobiographical comeback story that examines abuse of power in churches and delivers a revelation of the New Covenant intended to change the reader's view of God.
A talented singer-songwriter, Emeigh has produced several solo albums. Two selections from her most recent CD project, Well SEASONED, have received radio play internationally. A former photojournalist, her images have been published around the globe as well.
Yet, Emeigh is passionate about literacy, and has taught secondary English, reading intervention and literacy classes, as well as graduate classes in literature and language acquisition. She holds a B.S. in Literature and M. Ed. degrees in Reading (Specialist) and TESOL Literacy.
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Cafeteria Covenant: the Voice, the Choice, and the Challenge
by Dee Emeigh
(5.00 from 1 review)
In a candid and often heart wrenching narrative that gives way to exposition on parables and prayers, Emeigh presents a revelatory concept of the New Covenant, a covenant of choice. This 96-page book may well be the antidote for those impacted by abuse, hypocrisy, and doctrinal error. With insights into the character and nature of God, readers will be both encouraged and challenged in their faith.
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God's Breaking Heart
on Oct. 13, 2013
Chris Hibbard weaves a story from various viewpoints that end in one, focal point: whether we see it or not, God is at work in and through those who respond to Him. This encouraging little book ends with a note from the author to realize the value of the words we speak and the focused, rather than random acts of kindness. God’s Breaking Heart is a fascinating novella that I didn’t want to put down even at the end. It left me wanting more and wanting to do more at the same time.
on April 06, 2014
Larry B. Gray's book of poems could easily enhance classroom instruction on the historic cultural revolution of the late 60's and early 70's. He openly shares the authentic struggle of a young man grappling with unprecedented change in the culture and the transition from boy to man. A delightful drift through time!