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INNOCENCE
The Prince and the Fairy Princess
LOSS
Kaida: A Story of Puppy Love
I Miss My Sister/ I Want My Sister Back
In Sixty Seconds
The Bold Ones, the Hybrids, and the Equipped Ones
God Will Perfect It
BATTLE
I Am Armed and Dangerous
No Excuses
The Last Debate
Help Me Build Kingdom Building
ILLNESS AND HEALING
Drip, Drip
Spiritual Remodel
The Potter’s Hands
Spiritual Healing
Victory through Transition
FAITH AND DOUBT
Reflections on India
Buried Underneath
Broken Tears
I Know Somebody
Hands
Jesus Is the Best Way
I Had an Audience With the Lord
I had an Audience with the Lord
Only a Few
I Am, You Are
When God Is in Our Midst
One Thing I Have Desired
RELATIONSHIPS AND HEALING
Forgiveness
Dedication to a Chump
Relationship Freedom
Celebrating the Deliverance from Sexual Shame
Do You Know?
Flights of Fancy
IDENTITY AND CHOICE
What’s in a Name?
Gone Backward
Help Me
Judge Not
I Surrender
Dreams
A City Called Heaven
God Said Live
Life or Death
TIME
An American Fairytale
Where Was God?
Time to Begin Again
Home Before the Dark
HOPE
A Miracle in Haiti
Yours to Give
Yes, You’re the One!
Motherhood
Harlem’s Song
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Illuminations

Illuminations

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Through poetry, essays, and a short story, the contributing writers of Illuminations share their struggles, fears, and doubts and relay their underlying faith and hope they have in their walk with God.



Compiled by LaTonja Brown, this anthology contains works by members of the Pentecostal Covenant Church in Seattle, Washington, with the youngest writer being ten years old. The works’ tone, mood, and emotion move up and down between despair and hope, failure and triumph, and doubt and faith. The writings address a plethora of subjects including death, struggle, illness, broken relationships, identity, abuse, loss, hope, and healing.



Though the selections often address serious and heartfelt topics, the writings communicate that through it all, there is a beacon of light. It demonstrates the resiliency of the human spirit and shows that despite the odds, we hold on to our hope and faith that all things work for our good.

Through poetry, essays, and a short story, the contributing writers of Illuminations share their struggles, fears, and doubts and relay their underlying faith and hope they have in their walk with God.



Compiled by LaTonja Brown, this anthology contains works by members of the Pentecostal Covenant Church in Seattle, Washington, with the youngest writer being ten years old. The works’ tone, mood, and emotion move up and down between despair and hope, failure and triumph, and doubt and faith. The writings address a plethora of subjects including death, struggle, illness, broken relationships, identity, abuse, loss, hope, and healing.



Though the selections often address serious and heartfelt topics, the writings communicate that through it all, there is a beacon of light. It demonstrates the resiliency of the human spirit and shows that despite the odds, we hold on to our hope and faith that all things work for our good.

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