Sheri A. Sutton graduated from Midwestern State University in Wichita Falls, Texas and spent the majority of her professional career in the accounting field. Her work experience also included teaching, technical writing, and the editing of a business newsletter. She retired in August 2009 to pursue a writing career.
Sheri has been published in the Secret Place devotional magazine and the Lenten Devotions on the Lord’s Prayer. She is currently a member of the Wichita Falls Poetry Society and the Poetry Society of Texas and has been recognized in various contests. Her poetry has been published in the Wichita Falls Literary Art Review magazine, Lifting the Sky, and The Poetry Society of Texas’ A Book of the Year.
Her life experience includes being a daughter, sister, wife, mother, and grandmother. She is a survivor of cancer and divorce. All of these experiences have strengthened her faith and belief in a God who is ever present to guide, comfort, heal, and strengthen her each and every day.
Her new daily devotional book, And So It Is, Recognizing God’s Presence in Our Lives Today, published by WestBow Press is now available for purchase. Utilize the link on any page to purchase your copy or order from your local bookseller or preferred on-line retailer.
Sheri is available to share her faith and life experiences through public speaking, workshops, Bible studies, or other similar events. In addition, she also offers professional services that include writing and editing for books, newsletters, and other materials for individuals, companies, or organizations. Fees for these services are competitive within the industry.
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Coming Fall 2014 – The Light of Christmas, Reflections on the Season of Advent and Christmas
Sheri’s new book, The Light of Christmas, is a compilation of forty-one daily reflections that focus on several themes dominant during the Advent and Christmas season—hope, preparation, joy, and love. We hope for the fullness of God in our lives by our own intimate relationship with Jesus Christ. God is born within us through the birth of the Christ-child, and we prepare our minds and hearts for this experience just as God prepared the way to Bethlehem. When we experience the incredible gift of Christmas, we are filled with a deep, profound joy because we know with certainty that God’s unconditional love is for each of us.
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