|A Hole in My Soul, My Father’s Sin By Java L. Collins|
Paperback; 5.5" X 8.5"
“Further reflection of my life led me to a startling realization, the denial of my inheritance. Being a bastard child often puts one in the position of being unable to claim one’s natural inheritance as well as any spiritual one. I began to focus on how not knowing my rights as a natural daughter ran parallel to not knowing my rights as a spiritual daughter, God’s daughter.”
A Hole in My Soul: My Father’s Sin - Fatherless homes have never been much of an issue until recent years. It is a growing epidemic that fathers are no longer in the home for whatever cause. This gap is creating a negative effect both naturally and spiritually. This is a book for every person whose father has left, died, or was never there, and they feel like there is something missing. Like there is a hole in a part of them, a “hole” in their soul, which needs to be filled so that they can move on as a “whole” person. This book allows us to investigate and ask questions that some wish we would leave alone; but asking the questions and dealing with them will help strengthen you and help you gain freedom to become all that you can for the glory of God, sealing the hole as you become whole.
Writing to make a difference! . . . About the Author.
Java L. Collins is a vibrant woman of God – author, speaker, trainer, and educator. Her passion and life focus is on teaching and training. Ms. Collins recognizes her purpose is to minister through writing. Writing heals, brings harmony, helps one to discover one’s voice, ministers to the spirit, gives us hope, makes us cry, speaks to our souls. Thoughts are challenged, hearts touched and a teachable encounter with God occurs when allowed. Writing produces words with the power to soften or harden, inform or confuse, to clarify and show the potential of its depth. Written words have the power to produce change.
Ms. Collins knows that she has been called by God to set the captives free with her writings, but she also knows the reality that “as the heart cries, it speaks,” but who is willing to listen to its aches and tears to find answers? It is the desire of her heart that these writings minister to all who read them, setting free the dream within.
Ms. Collins currently resides in Tulsa, Oklahoma and is a member of Covenant Family Church.