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Mary Childres

Mary Childres

Cincinnati, Ohio

Educated in Cincinnati Public Schools, the first of three family generations to graduate from high school and college, discovering God's Spiritual construction and redirection for gaining one's Spiritual life perfection.

Retired from Flour Daniel Fernald, Inc/Department Of Energy as Personal Property Management Specialist. Was honored by the Marquis Who's Who Publications Board with an Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award and featured among the prestigious "forever" Lifetime Achievers website at

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Living works like a candle, says Kaleel Jamison in The Nibble Theory and the Kernel of Power.  As we journey through life, by lighting another person's candle there isn't less light because you have given some away--there is more.  When one is forced to walk primarily alone through life, one soon learns that each candle light that was shared will expand your world, continue your growth, and bring understanding that whereas you may be humanly able to walk through life alone, you cannot walk spiritually alone because God loves you too much to abandon you if you love and seek Him.  As you move higher on your new Spiritual walk, and as God's Word in Ephesian 5:8 indicates, children of light;   "Are ye light in the Lord: walk as children of light."  When one is infilled with God's spirit, a selfish life will end and a new selfless Spiritual life begins  for children of light.  

Life circumstances can lead one to live in the pains of the past, resulting in psychologically debilitating inner angers against  life circumstances  and against persons involved in causing those circumstances.  During life's journey of moving higher one soon realize, as Psychologist James M. Cloud reminds us in The Healthscription, that anger like all emotions is not what happens to us, but the result of our thinking, which is a choice that becomes a habit, a habit that can produce diseases such as hypertension, ulcers, rashes, heart palpitations, insomnia, fatigue, heart disease, and even break downs in love relationships.

This book, Flicker--A Memoir That Creates Its Own Music is written for those who persevere, in spite of, to arrive on the other side of life's pains, will seek God's direction, light candles on your way that cultivate  gifts within you to bless the world, in agreement with my first published, Editor's Choice Award poem, that will "Fulfill"  you, setting you free to receive God's purpose and call on your life.

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Success! Flicker has already sold 8 pre-orders , was pitched to 30 publishers , and will be published by IngramSparks .

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New Music Never heard from "Cat"

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Bonus description--New Sheet Music (Never Heard) by the late Catherine Childres aka Catherine Childress, or "The Cat"

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"The Heart of a Man"
"Young Lovers in Wartime"

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Update #1 - New Book Release: "Flicker: A Memoir That Creates Its Own Music" released and available for purchase from all major book distributors such as Amazon and Barnes and Noble. An inspiring journey of a life dependence upon God. April 4, 2018

Dear Subscribers:

Hope your Resurrection Sunday was as blessed as mind.  As Chairperson of Christian Education and Sunday School teacher, I had another blessed opportunity to share the message of the Resurrection which is a message of hope, knowing that in spite  of doubts, grief and loss, we can be confident of the love of God and his promise that He would never leave or forsake us.

I am still excited and full of hope and faith that my Book Launch, although slow,  will come to fruition within the next month to be able to share with the world a life legacy of the knowledge that one cannot walk through this life alone because the birth of Jesus ushered into our world a presence of the Son of God, a resurrected living Jesus, victorious over death, and still keeping His promise to never leave or forsake us. 

I seek your prayers for a successful Book Launch campaign.

Mary Childres