Theology starts with a crisis the very crisis of reality itself. The crisis is the fact that you live that you have a life to live. The crisis is the very mystery of our existence and the yearning for there to be some kind of meaning to it.
Wife, mother and award winning author, Cheryl B. Evans was born and raised in Canada. She has been happily married to her husband for more than twenty-five years and together they have raised two wonderful children, one of whom is transgender. In her spare time, Cheryl is an avid reader of non-fiction books, loves painting with acrylics, flavoured coffee and milk chocolate.
Author Jane Davis interviewed Cheryl in detail on her writing and on her book I Promised Not to Tell. You can read that interview by coping and pasting this link into your browser: http://jane-davis.co.uk/2016/09/06/virtual-book-club-cheryl-b-evans/
Cheryl B. Evans has another book out entitled What Does God Think? Transgender People and The Bible. Her memoir I Promised Not to Tell was the seed for that book and the title was taken from a single chapter by the same name in her original memoir.
In reviewing her books we think you will find her to be an honest writer who speaks from the heart. It is the author's personal desire that her books leave a positive mark on the world helping others to better understand transgender people.
Being proud to be a Canadian, author Cheryl B. Evans lives in a beautiful country where the beauty comes as much from the people as it does from their landscape. Married to her husband for almost twenty-five years now, Cheryl feels her marriage like a home. Cheryl enjoys reading non-fiction books and painting with acrylic paint in her spare time. Talking about her... read full interview
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