Los Angeles, CA, June 16, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- Humanity is like a defiant child – independent and headstrong. What’s a Father to do when His lost child rebels against Him? Author Jana Tether shares her experiences and views on bridging the gap between our Creator and His people in her new book, “And God Created Human: A Collection of Scenes and Monologues”. Made up of drama pieces to be performed or simply read, her philosophy is, “in order to get past the gates of people’s intellectual resistance, one must find a common ground,” thus humor and writing on today’s topics are the foundation of her work. In addition to this, she has included many of her own real life reflections in hopes of bonding with her readers.
With God as the central character and humanity as the supporting cast, this material entertains both the believer and non-believer in that it’s about relationship and connection, not “religion”. Jana says, “I know of the immense joy of having God in my life. It saddens me when people close their hearts and minds to Him because of how distorted religion appears. The challenge for me has been how to share my faith with these people, both strangers and dear friends, without sounding preachy.”
This drama book includes scripture, stories and questions for reflection for anyone who desires to experience a journey beyond what our own physical eyes show us and to emote the humorous side of how we all take ourselves too seriously. Through her own journey of trial and error, discussions, readings of this material, and personal witnessing, Jana is confident that this book will win friends over to Christ and help them realize that God is indeed approachable and well worth the time.
Jana will be attending the International Christian Retail Show (ICRS) in Atlanta, Georgia this July for a book signing appearance.
For more information on Jana Tether or her book, contact Nina at (USA) 562-651-7541 or email@example.com. Visit Jana’s website at www.createdbyjana.com
And God Created Human: A Collection of Scenes and Monologues
ISBN: 1414108524 / 316 Pages / Paperback $19.99