Tuesday, June 25, 2013
“Why is it that we discover so many good things about our love ones and friends after they have gone? Time is a precious gift that was given to us by our Creator. Be compelled to take the necessary steps to share your heart with those dearest to you - now.”
Helen Kinloch Ministry released its second book, “Tell Them Now,” by Pastor Dr. Helen R. Kinloch, pastor of God’s Way World Outreach Church in March. This life changing book is 22 days of showing others love, kindness and concern. It reveals the deep revelation of showing this expression for each other before life ends. This book probes into your understanding of discovering that your actions towards one another are often based on how you view a particular person or situation. Pastor Dr. Kinloch pens the words, “we can change the world around us daily through our actions, encouragement rather than criticism and through soft answers rather than words spoken out of anger and frustration.”
How long has it been since an old family friend was contacted, some young person mentored, a store clerk told how much he/she is appreciated? Treating today and each day or moment as if it were your last prevents you from saying, “I wish I had.” Tell Them Now, ask the hard question, are you living with guilt from something that you neglected to do towards your precious love one? This book gives you practical ways to walk in a right relationship with those within your circle.
The Helen Kinloch Ministry will soon be sponsoring a book signing. For additional information or to purchase a copy of this book, please contact the office at 843-856-2800 or you may visit www.amazon.com or www.createspace.com to purchase.
Pastor Dr. Helen R. Kinloch is the founder of God’s Way World Outreach Church, Prophetic Intercessory Prayer Ministries and Helen Kinloch Ministry. She is also the author of a quarterly magazine, “The Prophetic Voice” and the book, “How To Make Heaven Happy.” She currently resides in Mount Pleasant.
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