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COMMITTED TO PREACHING THE GOSPEL OF JESUS CHRIST

A blog that attempts to fulfill the mandate of Mark 16:15 (KJV)”. It has been active since 2012 and, according to Wordpress statistics, has been read by individuals in 136 countries to date. As there are only about 196 countries in the world.

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WORDS OF WISDOM WITH SIS. FREET

"Helping the Saints achieve glowing health. 3 John:2 (KJV) Beloved, I wish above all things that thou mayest prosper and be in health, even as thy soul prospereth.

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A VOICE FOR THE ONE INCH BABIES

“Unborn babies love life, too”. John 10:10 (KJV). The thief cometh not, but for to steal, and to kill, and to destroy: I am come that they might have life, and that they might have it more abundantly.

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About The Author

Alfreda Lockett Evans Published Author

Evangelist Alfreda Lockett Evans has co-authored articles in nursing journals and has written and presented many poems and short stories. Her latest book, The Night Death Came Creeping In My Room, 2nd ed. was published through Xulon Press, January, 2013. It is also available through Barnes and Nobel, Amazon, Xulon bookstore and Google Books. Strolling through a Rose Garden Called Life – Living Holy from Birth to Death was published through Xulon Press in 2011 and is also available through Barnes and Nobel; through Amazon, both in print, and as an e-book; through Xulon Press and Google Books. The Little Boy in Blue-Free Learns about Life after Death is available through Amazon, Google books and as an Amazon e-book. This book was translated into Spanish version by Mrs. Graciela Salinas. The Spanish version is also available as an e-book through Amazon. 

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  • Strolling through the Rose Garden Called Life is a life manual for any woman seeking the art to a fulfilled life. The comparison of two of life’s most delicate treasures – roses and women, creates an atmosphere that celebrates the rewards of raising a well-nurtured child, unwraps the joys of womanhood, and expresses the valuable responsibility of the mature woman in our society. Evans has soundly molded the contents of this book to be an informative and encouraging guide to all women, regardless of their current stage of life. It is also a great gift for a blossoming teen that she can keep in her reading collection as a reference for the rest of her life.”

    - Jacquinette D. Murphy, CEO of Presence Communications - Dallas, Texas
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  • Strolling Through a Rose Garden Called Life was a wonderful book. Each chapter had a helpful message for me regardless of my current age or season of life. The discussion points were great conversation starters and really made me reflect deep within my own values and beliefs. This is great for book clubs or for discussions with friends, sisters, husbands,teenagers, those who know the Lord and those who do not. It's a great tool to spark deeper reflections and conversations about God and what it means to be a woman after God's heart. It is a good blend of spirituality, health and practicality!

    - Excellent book for women of all ages! - Chestin Jones
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  • The content of this book include very vivid details of the various stages of a person’s life. It provides information that is beneficial and informative for people of all ages. This book promotes and stresses God’s standard of Holy living.

    - Evangelist Lillie Francis, Retired Teacher
  • My brother and I read the book "the boy in a bue dress" I am 12 years old and he is 5 yrs... The book is a childrens book , but children ages is such a wide range ..just like me and my brother. My brother likes the illustrations and he asked a lot of questions. our great grandma just died a few weeks before we read the book ...The book overall is a great book , inspiring especially when you have an adult explaining and answering endless kids questions... THATS IT ... the book must be read by an adult to kids or have an adult beside the kid while they are reading your book... great job Ms.Evans ..and thank you for signing the book.

    - Therese Castro /LJ Castro
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  • Before I read this book, I thought it was about death and dying. But as I began reading, I soon discovered that it was about so much more. This book helped me to understand how to really accept God's will not only in death, but in my everyday life. It helped me to realize that I too, like Free, had been limiting God to my own human understanding and thought process. I have to learn that God's thinking and plans are not as literal as our thinking, but that his word will never return void. We have to take away our own human meanings and thoughts and surrender to God's infinite wisdom and power. God is truly amazing and has a way of healing and comforting; Mrs. Evans does a great job of showing that in this simple but wonderful story of The Little Boy in Blue.

    - Awakening! - Chestin Jones
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  • The Little Boy in Blue brought back memories of a paper that I had written years ago on how to explain death to children. It is important that a child be told the truth about death and presented with the plan of salvation in such a way that they can understand it easily. Children need to know that when a person dies, they are not just going to sleep as they are often told, because then they will be expecting that person to wake up eventually. Thank you, Alfreda, for making it crystal clear to children and to adults the reality of death and the hearafter. The illustrations were beautifully done and were a definite asset to the story. May God continue to bless your work in the ministry of writing.

    - Debbie Perrin
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  • Teaching children about family, love, health, and the environment is an enjoyable experience for both, parents and kids. However, serious concepts are a little difficult to teach and mostly avoided. One of these concepts is death. The Little Boy in Blue, teach children about death in a biblically-based way, it impresses the importance and the significance of prayer and it helps children to realize that God is always present and protective. Parents could teach children about death,show them the importance of looking for God in their daily life, and make them aware of the cycle of life by reading this book to them. I really enjoy reading this book and I highly recommend it.

    - Teaching Children About Death - Zulma
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  • I found this book to be a tool to teach my son about God. He was struggling with praying aloud because he felt that I would not like his prayer to God. I explained to him that God knew his heart and as long as he believed in his heart what he prayed to God about, then God would answer his prayers. When I read the book to him, he was suprised and excited to know that what I had been saying about God was in fact true. The smile on his face was priceless. This book was also helpful, because we have talked about death and what happens after death. He understands it more and I enjoy talking to him about God. The Little Boy in Blue was definitely what we needed.

    A Message to my son- Kimberlyn Bostic
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  • My sister in law died of cancer recently and my 9 year old daughter had become very close to her. As a mother, I look for books to share with my daughter that will spark conversation about God, Christianity and life. After reading this book to my daughter, she had many questions about her aunt. She wanted to know if she had been “saved” and if she was “right with God”. This book is written for a child to understand and is also beautifully illustrated. I recommend this book for parents to share with a child who is grieving or has questions about life after death

    - Anonymous review on 'The Little Boy in Blue'
  • Your 'Book Review' is wonderful and very powerful and I agree, your book is written for a child to understand and is also beautifully illustrated. I recommend it highly not just for children it's a great book for adults also. I think your book opened up a lot of avenues to understanding mixed feelings of having a broken heart from experiencing the loss of a dear loved one. May God bless you for making your experiences a blessing for others.

    - Sandra Wilkerson on 'The Little Boy in Blue'
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