The Clearwater Community Volunteers Center Hosts Monthly Networking Luncheon

Representatives of 13 non-profits network at Clearwater Community Volunteers Center in downtown Clearwater

Tampa Bay Area nonprofits learn networking skills at the Clearwater Community Volunteers Center Charity Networking Luncheon.

These guests have learned a skill that enables them to openly communicate with anyone and move forward to accomplish their group’s mission.”

— Clemence Chevrot, Director for the Clearwater Community Volunteers Center

CLEARWATER, FLORIDA, USA, October 31, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — On the 30th of October the Clearwater Community Volunteers Center held its monthly Charity Networking Luncheon for Tampa Bay nonprofits to network and form new partnerships. The luncheon was the most diverse to date with 13 different nonprofits in attendance whose activities vary from disaster preparedness, environmental restoration, to educating children.

“The Clearwater Community Volunteers Center works with over 45 different nonprofits and the luncheon is another way for them to meet one another.” said Clemence Chevrot, Director for the Clearwater Community Volunteers Center.

Ms. Chevrot was the luncheon’s keynote speaker. Ms. Chevrot has worked in the non-profit field for the past five years, both across Europe and here in the United States. This work has included human rights advocacy and disaster relief. After the complimentary lunch, Ms. Chevrot delivered a short workshop on how to get into communication with anyone. Wanting to get the attendees into immediate action, her workshop concluded with an exercise where guests used this knowledge to get an otherwise non-talkative person to communicate with them.

Ms. Chevrot said, “It can sometimes be frustrating trying to communicate with another person who doesn’t want to talk. However, communication is vital to the smooth running of any non-profit organization – it’s how you form new partnerships, get new volunteers for your cause or getting donations. Like philosopher L. Ron Hubbard once wrote, ‘A man is as dead as he can’t communicate. He is alive as he can communicate.’ These guests have learned a skill that enables them to openly communicate with anyone and move forward to accomplish their group’s mission.”

The next luncheon will be on November 27th and is open to non-profit groups or volunteers. For information about the Clearwater Community Volunteers Center please call Michael Soltero at (727) 316-5309 or email ccvcenter@ccvfl.org.

About the Clearwater Community Volunteers:

The Clearwater Community Volunteers have over 25 years of community service under their belt with over 150,000 families and children helped since their founding in 1992. Sponsored by the Church of Scientology Flag Service Organization, they stay true to their reputation of helping others with their new center located on the corner of Fort Harrison Avenue and Drew Street in downtown Clearwater.

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Author Reveals God’s Promised Inheritance At The Miami Book Fair 2018

Figurative Language of Creation

Author Reveals God’s Promised Inheritance At The Miami Book Fair 2018

MIAMI, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES, October 30, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — The books are definitely coming to downtown Miami as the nation’s finest literary festival, the Miami Book Fair International holds its annual celebration. This eight-day literary party will commence on November 11 with over a hundred-thousand readers and writers in attendance. Distinguished authors from the United States and other parts of the globe, as well as book lovers, will be gracing the Fair and its many activities.

Formerly known as “Books by the Bay”, the Miami Book Fair was founded in 1984 by Miami-Dade College. The growth and success of the very first event which took place in the same year were endeavored by Miami-Dade College in cooperation with the Miami-Dade Public Library System, Wolfson Campus President, Eduardo J. Padron, and local independent bookstore owners Mitchell Kaplan of Books & Books and Craig Pollock of BookWorks. The team had reached their success during the 90’s, when the two-day street fair grew steadily and became the largest literary festival in the country, thus acquiring its well-earned name, Miami Book Fair.

AuthorCentrix celebrates its second year as one of the exhibitors at the Fair. The company will be gracing the event with Robert Jamison. This year at the Fair, he brings to the readers God’s promised inheritance – Figurative Language of Creation: Beyond the Biblical Letter. A chance for one-to-one Author Interview and Book Signing with Jamison await everyone!

At present, the world has many distinctions that direct people to behave according to what the social norms permit. Jamison’s Figurative Language of Creation: Beyond the Biblical Letter denotes the imprisonment of the population and the separation of the social classes. Using a biblical approach, he shares his personal views on issues such as rate of divorce, teen pregnancies, voluntary abortions, sexually transmitted diseases, single parent households, teen suicides, cocaine, alcohol and drug consumption, pornography, and many others. With the hopes of finding balance in the community, the author hopes that America becomes a Christian nation in reality for the people to get God’s promised inheritance.

The Festival will bring over hundreds of renowned national and international exhibitors together as it continues to become a model for other fairs across the country. Events and activities include the Street Fair, book signings, live music, workshops, and readings and discussions with notable authors from both, the U.S., and from around the world.

The Miami Book Fair 2018 invites the book lovers to join the annual celebration, as it remains to uphold the cognizance of reading ability and literary arts in the city’s multi-ethnic community, making it the nation’s undisputable, finest literary festival!

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Author Takes Time’s End At The Miami Book Fair 2018

Time’s End

Author Takes Time’s End At The Miami Book Fair 2018

MIAMI, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES, October 30, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — The books are definitely coming to downtown Miami as the nation’s finest literary festival, the Miami Book Fair International holds its annual celebration. This eight-day literary party will commence on November 11 with over a hundred-thousand readers and writers in attendance. Distinguished authors from the United States and other parts of the globe, as well as book lovers, will be gracing the Fair and its many activities.

Formerly known as “Books by the Bay”, the Miami Book Fair was founded in 1984 by Miami-Dade College. The growth and success of the very first event which took place in the same year were endeavored by Miami-Dade College in cooperation with the Miami-Dade Public Library System, Wolfson Campus President, Eduardo J. Padron, and local independent bookstore owners Mitchell Kaplan of Books & Books and Craig Pollock of BookWorks. The team had reached their success during the 90’s, when the two-day street fair grew steadily and became the largest literary festival in the country, thus acquiring its well-earned name, Miami Book Fair.

AuthorCentrix celebrates its second year as one of the exhibitors at the Fair. The company will be gracing the event with Effiong Ibok, a born again Christian and a published author with multiple technical publications lining up to his professional career. He has 61 issues patents and 5 pending patent applications. This year at the Fair, he brings to the readers, an Apocalyptic fiction – Time’s Ends. A chance for one-to-one Author Interview and Book Signing with Dr. Reynolds await everyone!

Some people see the Apocalypse as natural evolution. In Ibok’s contemporary, it is drawn with great faithfulness from the Book of Revelations, written from the perspective of someone, narrating as an eyewitness from the Beginning of Sorrows to the end of the Millennium of Peace. Time’s End introduces the characters of Phil Jordan and Terry. The married couple is among those with interest that completely repel, Phil is a non-religious journalist while Terry is fervently religious who was at all convinced that the end of the world was imminent, and that all true believers will be “raptured” before the period of The Tribulation. To Phil, everything that Terry believes is meaningless until an event changed him when grace was extended to him. Explore a piece that discloses events through the Tribulation, Armageddon and the second coming of Christ.

The Festival will bring over hundreds of renowned national and international exhibitors together as it continues to become a model for other fairs across the country. Events and activities include the Street Fair, book signings, live music, workshops, and readings and discussions with notable authors from both, the U.S., and from around the world.

The Miami Book Fair 2018 invites the book lovers to join the annual celebration, as it remains to uphold the cognizance of reading ability and literary arts in the city’s multi-ethnic community, making it the nation’s undisputable, finest literary festival!

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Author Shares A Realization On Civic Engagement At The Miami Book Fair 2018

Civic Engagement and Civil Society, in the U.S., Romania and Mexico

Author Shares A Realization On Civic Engagement At The Miami Book Fair 2018

MIAMI, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES, October 30, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — The books are definitely coming to downtown Miami as the nation’s finest literary festival, the Miami Book Fair International holds its annual celebration. This eight-day literary party will commence on November 11 with over a hundred-thousand readers and writers in attendance. Distinguished authors from the United States and other parts of the globe, as well as book lovers, will be gracing the Fair and its many activities.

Formerly known as “Books by the Bay”, the Miami Book Fair was founded in 1984 by Miami-Dade College. The growth and success of the very first event which took place in the same year were endeavored by Miami-Dade College in cooperation with the Miami-Dade Public Library System, Wolfson Campus President, Eduardo J. Padron, and local independent bookstore owners Mitchell Kaplan of Books & Books and Craig Pollock of BookWorks. The team had reached their success during the 90’s, when the two-day street fair grew steadily and became the largest literary festival in the country, thus acquiring its well-earned name, Miami Book Fair.

AuthorCentrix celebrates its second year as one of the exhibitors at the Fair. The company will be gracing the event with Olga M. Lazin and her Memoir – Civic Engagement and Civil Society, in the U.S., Romania and Mexico. This year at the Fair, she brings to the readers, a reference that shows how accountability looks and action against organized high-level corruption. A chance for one-to-one Author Interview and Book Signing with Lazin await everyone!

Civic Engagement and Civil Society, in the U.S., Romania and Mexico guides the readers on how to keep governments accountable, and civic culture alive. The book focuses on the Clean Money campaign, and Blockchain technology is shaping the future of direct voting, symbiotically ensuring honest and clean elections in the U.S. The U.S. Tax Exempt organizations Law is analyzed, and the fourth sector of the society is highlighted, as being the model for other nations that need U.S. Funding of not-for-private-profit organizations. Mexico and Romania are test cases and recipients of U.S. funds, and use the functional blueprint that is the U.S. not-for-private Tax Law.

The Festival will bring over hundreds of renowned national and international exhibitors together as it continues to become a model for other fairs across the country. Events and activities include the Street Fair, book signings, live music, workshops, and readings and discussions with notable authors from both, the U.S., and from around the world.

The Miami Book Fair 2018 invites the book lovers to join the annual celebration, as it remains to uphold the cognizance of reading ability and literary arts in the city’s multi-ethnic community, making it the nation’s undisputable, finest literary festival!

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Nina Morel of Lipscomb University to be Featured on CUTV News Radio

NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, UNITED STATES, October 30, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — In our world where things are changing so rapidly, employers don't have the time to nurture and develop their employees to become leaders. They need employees who can hit the ground running.

Business and universities can work together to develop the leadership competencies employers are looking for because universities have the expertise to train, teach, coach, and develop individuals to be more successful.

Lipscomb University is a private faith-based co-educational liberal arts institution in Nashville, TN. The school’s online graduate program is focused primarily on developing global and strategic leadership, identifying and developing competencies in students that lead to leadership careers.

“Students are looking for ways to grow in the ‘soft skills’ they need to succeed, and we provide the assessment and coaching they need to do that in our program,” says Nina Morel, Dean of Lipscomb University’s professional studies online programs. “We embed your learning into your work situation, so you can be practicing those competencies and helping your career as you earn a master's degree. You don't have to put everything on hold while you're doing that.”

Lipscomb was started in 1891 by David Lipscomb, who wanted to establish a Christian school that could teach people to be successful in their secular careers.

“A big part of our mission is to help people be full and complete individuals and to express their faith in their families, their communities, and in their work,” says Morel. “Faith is integrated into the curriculum through our relationships, but we find that even students who don't have a particular faith do have a real desire to impact the world through their leadership. So that's a really important part of what we do here.”

Of course, the concept of impact and education go hand in hand. Though a faith-based institution, Lipscomb also offers an International Coach Federation-accredited coaching program and a global leadership program, among others.

“Coaching is important to leadership because you really have to know yourself, your own values and beliefs in order to lead others,” says Morel. “It's important to bring the whole person to the conversation, because your family, your community, your culture, your religion, impacts your well-being and the decisions you make in your daily life. A faith-based institution is a beautiful place to teach coaching because we bring mind, body and spirit into our curriculum.”

CUTV News Radio will feature Nina Morel in an interview with Jim Masters on November 1st at 1pm EDT.

Listen to the show on BlogTalkRadio.

If you have a question for our guest, call (347) 996-3389.

For more information on Lipscomb University, visit www.lipscomb.edu.

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Author Brings The New Convert At The Miami Book Fair 2018

The Holy Spirit in the New Convert

Author Brings The New Convert At The Miami Book Fair 2018

MIAMI, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES, October 29, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — The books are definitely coming to downtown Miami as the nation’s finest literary festival, the Miami Book Fair International holds its annual celebration. This eight-day literary party will commence on November 11 with over a hundred-thousand readers and writers in attendance. Distinguished authors from the United States and other parts of the globe, as well as book lovers, will be gracing the Fair and its many activities.

Formerly known as “Books by the Bay”, the Miami Book Fair was founded in 1984 by Miami-Dade College. The growth and success of the very first event which took place in the same year were endeavored by Miami-Dade College in cooperation with the Miami-Dade Public Library System, Wolfson Campus President, Eduardo J. Padron, and local independent bookstore owners Mitchell Kaplan of Books & Books and Craig Pollock of BookWorks. The team had reached their success during the 90’s, when the two-day street fair grew steadily and became the largest literary festival in the country, thus acquiring its well-earned name, Miami Book Fair.

AuthorCentrix celebrates its second year as one of the exhibitors at the Fair. The company will be gracing the event with Charlene Memphill and her book entitled The Holy Spirit In The New Convert. This year at the Fair, she brings to the readers, a food for the soul. A chance for one-to-one Author Interview and Book Signing with Memphill await everyone!

How does one know that God’s spirit dwells in him? Charlene Hemphill’s book of worship and devotion edifies the readers who have long been lost and have found their way back to Jesus Christ. The acceptance of Christ as one’s personal Saviour paves the way to learning the steps of being a faithful servant of the Lord. The author emphasizes that to learn these steps, one has to know Jesus first in order to speak His truth. The Holy Spirit in the New Convert feeds the soul, enlightens the mind and gives the truth. Anyone who seeks refuge can definitely turn to a source created by Hemphill from her personal experiences.

The Festival will bring over hundreds of renowned national and international exhibitors together as it continues to become a model for other fairs across the country. Events and activities include the Street Fair, book signings, live music, workshops, and readings and discussions with notable authors from both, the U.S., and from around the world.

The Miami Book Fair 2018 invites the book lovers to join the annual celebration, as it remains to uphold the cognizance of reading ability and literary arts in the city’s multi-ethnic community, making it the nation’s undisputable, finest literary festival!

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Jewish Victims of Holocaust Tribute by Artist Yanay Prague

Yanay Prague; Wailing wall prayers of Holocaust 120 cm x 90 cm, 47 inches x 35 inches, acrylic, sand on canvas

Yanay Prague; Dream about you, 120 cm x 90 cm, 47 inches x 35 inches, acrylic on canvas

Yanay Prague; Quo Vadis, 120 cm x 90 cm, 47 inches x 35 inches, acrylic on wood

Jewish Victims of Holocaust Tribute by Artist Yanay Prague here, plus discussion with the artist of life after death among more in this exclusive interview.

On Haters & Critics: Just ignore it, and do even more art. Produce even more great work in spite of it. To fight against it, means to give more power to it by antagonism. By ignoring, it disappears.”

— Yanay Prague

MALIBU, CALIFORNIA, US, October 29, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — International Artist Yanay Prague, born Jana Jakesova, hails from Europe. With degrees from two two top arts schools, as well as a third degree from the the prestigious Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic, Yanay Prague's unique and popular work references Picasso's cubism, infused with vibrant colors, and an uplifting tone greatly needed in today's world.

Yanay Prague gives here an exclusive and insightful interview about her life and work, for The Hollywood Sentinel.

Hollywood Sentinel: Where did you grow up and what was it like for you?

Yanay Prague: I grown up in Czech Republic also known by name, Czechia; landlocked in Central Europe. It is a unitary parliamentary republic, with 10.6 million inhabitants. I was born in the capital and largest city; Prague, with 1.3 million residents. I was born to a very good family. My father was an attorney, and my mother was a nurse in a hospital. They cared deeply for my sister and I to be also be well educated. My sister is also an attorney. Even in a small country of about 30.5 square miles, we are proud of our culture in the arts and architecture, our history, and science. We are especially proud that Prague is one of the most beautiful cities in all of Europe. It is really worth a visit.

Hollywood Sentinel: That's great. What are your other favorite places and cities to travel?

Yanay Prague: There are many places I would still like to visit. I appreciate the United States, particularly parts of Florida. I also like to spend time in the Bahamas; Sydney, Australia; and Johannesburg, South Africa. I used to live in Berlin, Germany, and so I visited neighboring countries including; Hungary, Poland, and Austria. To visit other countries makes me appreciate many people, and to see their original beauty, to make new friends, see the word from different viewpoints, and admire different culture as well. It's very inspiring!

Hollywood Sentinel: Great. What are your favorite art museums and why?

Yanay Prague: I like almost all arts museum and galleries. When I was visiting Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek in the heart of Copenhagen, it amazed me at the displays of ancient and modern art in such truly unique surroundings. But still, my favorite is the National Gallery in Prague. Its history started in 1796, and today displays art in six buildings, and is a de facto museum by law. When I visit there, the energy from pictures just flows to me, and I'm so inspired by the spirit of these great masters, and in awe about all of the great artists throughout history, up to the present time.

Hollywood Sentinel: Excellent. Do you listen to music when you paint? If so, what?

Yanay Prague: I usually listen music when I paint. As to what, it depends on my mood. I am not any expert regarding music, but my favorite is Luciano Pavarotti, Sarah Brightman, Andrea Bocelli, music by Mozart, Verdi, and I love Queen, and also Leonardo Cohen for his poetic music. Also Lindsey Stirling for her energy, and Kitaro, because his music is so soothing to the heart with a kind energy.

Hollywood Sentinel: And what are you thinking of when you paint?

Yanay Prague: It seems to me that I do not think when I paint. The picture is already in a sketch or in my mind to be rendered, and when I paint, it just absorbs me and takes me from present time in to another universe of aesthetics and happiness.

Hollywood Sentinel: That's great. Amazing. Why do you think so many many artists are hated and criticized so much in society?

Yanay Prague: There are critics and haters in many areas of life, but there are also even more people who appreciate art because of how it makes them feel, it elevates them. Unfortunately among us is also a small percentage of people who are focused on destroying positive things, and artists are often a victim of these evil persons who covertly or overtly damage them. There is also envy of the success of famous people, and certain media which can also hunt and hurt them. Some people create, and yet some others destroy, because they are not able to create. It is a sick hunger for the affairs of those with a boring life for such destructive people, and more people in society need to learn not to go in to agreement with them. But I do not see this as a real barrier to popularity in the arts.

Hollywood Sentinel: Brilliant. How exactly do you think one can overcome this problem as an artist, of being hated and scorned?

Yanay Prague: When this happens, just know what is going on, and ignore it, and do even more art. Produce even more great work in spite of it. To fight against it, means to give more power to it by antagonism. Yet by ignoring, it disappears.

Hollywood Sentinel: Nice. What do you feel happens to a person after they die? Will they be aware of anything
or what will it be like?

Yanay Prague: I personally trust life to continue after a person dies in a different form of YOU. There are many cases proving this. Surprise!

Hollywood Sentinel: Cool. How do you want to be remembered when you are gone this time?

Yanay Prague: As a good person who contributed, and helped others to live a better life.

Hollywood Sentinel: Beautiful. Thank you Yanay, we love talking with you and hope you will be back with us soon.

Yanay Prague: Definitely. Thank you!

Visit Yanay Prague's official website here below to view and purchase her art: https://www.flickr.com/photos/yanayartpaintings/

Yanay Prauge Official Website: https://www.facebook.com/artyanay

Email the artist at: yanayart@seznam.cz

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Author Introduces The Jews At The Miami Book Fair 2018

We Jews: A Handbook for Gentiles

Author Introduces The Jews At The Miami Book Fair 2018

CONCORD, NEW HAMPSHIRE, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, October 26, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — The books are definitely coming to downtown Miami as the nation’s finest literary festival, the Miami Book Fair International holds its annual celebration. This eight-day literary party will commence on November 11 with over a hundred-thousand readers and writers in attendance. Distinguished authors from the United States and other parts of the globe, as well as book lovers, will be gracing the Fair and its many activities.

Formerly known as “Books by the Bay”, the Miami Book Fair was founded in 1984 by Miami-Dade College. The growth and success of the very first event which took place in the same year were endeavored by Miami-Dade College in cooperation with the Miami-Dade Public Library System, Wolfson Campus President, Eduardo J. Padron, and local independent bookstore owners Mitchell Kaplan of Books & Books and Craig Pollock of BookWorks. The team had reached their success during the 90’s, when the two-day street fair grew steadily and became the largest literary festival in the country, thus acquiring its well-earned name, Miami Book Fair.

AuthorCentrix celebrates its second year as one of the exhibitors at the Fair. The company will be gracing the event with Bernard H. Ash and his book entitled We Jews: A Handbook for Gentiles. This year at the Fair, he brings to the readers, a detailed source that introduces one to the Jewish people and their religion. A chance for one-to-one Author Interview and Book Signing with Ash await everyone!

Bernard H. Ash pens a source that answers the many questions raised about his religion and his people. The book birthed from the lecture series he conducted for several years in Southern California. He recalls the very first lecture that he conducted, which 30 people, all gentiles but one who never had any religious education attended. We Jews: A Handbook for Gentiles is patterned from We Japanese, a book written by the manager of a Japanese hotel in Hokkaido Japan. The book will make every reader realize that there is definitely more to this religion than what people hear from those who do not have a personal knowledge about it.

The Festival will bring over hundreds of renowned national and international exhibitors together as it continues to become a model for other fairs across the country. Events and activities include the Street Fair, book signings, live music, workshops, and readings and discussions with notable authors from both, the U.S., and from around the world.
The Miami Book Fair 2018 invites the book lovers to join the annual celebration, as it remains to uphold the cognizance of reading ability and literary arts in the city’s multi-ethnic community, making it the nation’s undisputable, finest literary festival!

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Enthralling New Novel Explores Redemption's Undying Draw in a Digital Age

Author William Jefferson, Divine Choreography of Redemption

Divine Choreography of Redemption explores the story of redemption as a divine drama transcending time and space.

NEW YORK, NY, UNITED STATES, October 26, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — William Jefferson's Divine Choreography of Redemption: Setting the Eternal Saga in Time offers a deeply moving portrayal of the meaning of faith in a world wistfully enchanted by the prospects of artificial intelligence and algorithmic command.

With prophetic insight and disarming wit, the author adroitly illustrates the inevitable clash between the universal advance of digital technology and the human quest for sacred space. The novel covers a terrain of theological and literary reflection—from Dante Alighieri to Jesus Christ and William Shakespeare to Marshall McLuhan—as it probes the relationship of reality and myth.

The 162-page novel was published by New York publisher Hybrid Global in May of this year and quickly picked up five-star reviews from Indie Reader, Readers' Favorite, and Midwest Book Review.

"As all allegories, Divine Choreography of Redemption is a symbolic search for meaning which the reader unlocks like a puzzle," explains reviewer Kat Kennedy for Indie Reader. "It doesn't disappoint. Intriguing and thought-provoking, this modern allegory is a must-read."

Readers' Favorite critic Jamie Michele offers like-minded praise. "This book is intelligent fiction at its finest," she writes, "and while it isn't really very lengthy, it feels like it carries a world of weight within its pages."

Michele adds, "It's clear Jefferson is skilled in the craft of writing, particularly when the story weaves through spirited observation and a doctrinal examination, but to be able to do this with liberal doses of humor and make it entertaining requires an altogether higher talent. Readers will find a book that entertains and delights while engaged in a careful dance that leads us on a beautifully intelligent path of reflection."

The novel is set beyond the Storied Sea on the ancient Isle of Estillyen, which readers will be hard-pressed to pinpoint on a Rand McNally map. Just the same, Jefferson contends that although the Isle of Estillyen is "equally far from everywhere, those who wish to explore the isle shall find it mystically near."

Still, a challenge awaits everyone who embarks on an Estillyen voyage. "To reach the isle," Jefferson claims, "one must willingly breach the Estillyen mist." It is here, beyond the Estillyen mist, that the author explores spiritual redemption and how technology has fundamentally changed the human experience. The result is a slightly unnerving yet hope filled drama that transcends time and place.

Despite the ambitious subject matter and depth of prose, Divine Choreography of Redemption reads as an enchanting, spirited drama. Readers will ponder the novel's interlacing themes—redemption, human worth, good and evil, time and eternity—long after they've turned the final page.

About the Author: Having lived and worked in London, Moscow, and New York, today William Jefferson writes from a Civil War-era cottage in the rural Ozarks. He is the author of Messages from Estillyen: A Novel of Redemption and Human Worth and owner of Storybook Barn (www.storybookbarnmo.com). Jefferson holds an MTh in Theology and Media from the University of Edinburgh and an MA in Communications from the Wheaton Graduate School.

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State Official Recognizes the Charity Coalition of Tampa Bay at the Group’s 4th Anniversary Celebration

Neil Brickfield, Director of Pinellas County Sheriff’s Police Athletic League reads Proclamation from Florida State Rep Sean Shaw while joined by member charities

CLEARWATER, FLORIDA, USA, October 25, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Florida State Representative Sean Shaw released a proclamation recognizing the 4th Anniversary of the Charity Coalition on the 20th of October 2018 which was celebrated at the Church of Scientology’s Fort Harrison retreat in downtown Clearwater. The proclamation was read by Neil Brickfield, the Director of the Pinellas County Sheriff’s Police Athletic League, as representatives of member charities joined him on the stage. The proclamation read in part:

“Whereas, the Charity Coalition has provided help in mentoring youth, assisting victims of human trafficking, fed and succored the homeless and educated youth on the harmful effects of drugs, among other virtuous activities in the community…”

Attending groups represented a broad range of charities and non-profits and included: PACE Center for Girls, Project Link, Suncoast Jazz Festival, Children with a Vision and the Community Service Foundation.

Dylan Pires, the Community Affairs Director of the Church of Scientology, welcomed the guests and summarized the myriad accomplishments of participating charities. The evening was capped with a concert by the phenomenal Flag Band.

The Charity Coalition, established in 2014 by the Church of Scientology, is now comprised of over 200 nonprofit organizations. The Charity Coalition meets every two months in the beautiful Fort Harrison Ballroom. To receive an invitation, please contact the Public Affairs Office for the Church of Scientology in Clearwater at 727-467-6860.

About the Church of Scientology:
The Scientology religion was founded by humanitarian and philosopher, L. Ron Hubbard. The first Church of Scientology was formed in the United States in 1954 and has expanded to more than 11,000 churches, missions and affiliated groups, with millions of members in 165 nations. Scientologists are optimistic about life and believe there is hope for a saner world and better civilization, and actively do all they can to help achieve this. The Church of Scientology regularly engages in many humanitarian programs, such as anti-drug campaigns, human rights campaigns and global education programs and opens up the Fort Harrison for events by non-profit organizations at no charge. To learn more, visit www.Scientology.org-flag

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