Rexair the Bear

Introducing: “Rexair the Bear”

Rexair Cover 2 smMy newest Children’s Picture Book, based on a true and heartfelt story, about a young black bear in the foothills of Northern Georgia.

Early one morning, way out in the country, Rexair, a young and very hungry black bear looks for food. But his sensitive nose and crazy curiosity gets him into big trouble, as he sniffs out creamy fresh milk in the bottom of a large pickle jar. Excitedly, he sticks his head into the jar. Satisfied, and upon finishing, he finds himself in a horribly dangerous predicament. His head is snugly stuck in the pickle jar.! Oh my, what will he do? Can Rexair, this silly black bear be successfully rescued? Will he get the help he so desperately needs? Or will he give up the fight of his life, to sadly lose his life…?

“Rexair the Bear” will be published and launched this summer. Stay tuned for purchasing information to be posted soon! Thank you! Viviana May

God Has Not Forgotten Us…

“America needs prayer like never before.” Shirley Dobson 32545_national_day_of_prayer_single_flag_t_sm

We need answers, and divine intervention. soon, I think! And a spiritual awakening and revival? That would be wonderful indeed. Even though it seems we, as a nation, have put God off to the side and have forgotten Him. Even though many of us do not recognize God for the amazing and powerful God that He is. And have reduced Him to an unimportant presence, who shyly begs for our attention. The fabulously good news is that: God has not forgotten us, and He never will…!

Revival means to restore something to its original condition, and there is no denying that our country has a wonderful Judeo-Christian foundation. But sadly, we have lost so much of our wise beginnings and original condition. “We have forgotten God.” President Abraham Lincoln

And because of this, we see much trouble in our culture today. The breakdown of the family, crippling addictions, random acts of horrific violence and economical distress, just to name a few. We have all been affected in one way or the other.

But God has not forgotten us, remember that! And He can still bless and redeem our country.

“We have destroyed terms like truth, good, and evil. ”Robert Nesbet

How sad for us. And then some ask why, when atrocious things happen. But the answer is plain and simple. Of course things are crazy. We are simply reaping what we have sown as a nation. If right and wrong and good and evil are not important, and if we as a nation believe there is no God, we need not expect nothing less.

To quote Lincoln again, “We have forgotten the gracious hand which preserved us in peace and multiplied and enriched and strengthened us, and we have vainly imagined in the deceitfulness of our heart that all of these blessings that we see in our country were produced by some superior wisdom and virtue of our own.”

Our only hope is to return to the biblical truth that we find only in the pages of Scripture. If we want to see our nation turned back to its original condition, then pray! Pray today, on the National Day of Prayer and pray everyday for our wonderful country, which we are all privileged to be a part of.

Vivian May Edwards