Sharon Dexter’s Newly Released “Conversations With God” Is a Mesmerizing Collection of Poetry That Helps the Reader Converse With God.

Press Release

Jun 16, 2016

“Conversations with God” from Christian Faith Publishing author Sharon Dexter is an attempt to discuss thoughts such as change, or about choices one makes while in His presence, and how He wants his children to help others.

Conversations with God”:  a gripping and potent compilation of beautifully written poems about God and how he speaks with his disciples. “Conversations with God” is the creation of published author, Sharon Dexter, a devoted and avid author.

Ms. Dexter wrote and published the devotional 52 Favorite Verses (Old Testament) for the Chapel on the Hill congregation. Her short stories and poems are published in a variety of magazines and Sunday take-home papers. She has written the devotional I Will Not Be Silent, Praying the Psalms (Westbow Press) and books of poetry Surrender to the Silence (eLectio Publishing) and Sing into the Silence (Green Ivy Publishing).

Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Sharon Dexter’s new book is a beautifully written way to speak with God and truly hear him.

“Have you ever wished to have a conversation with God? Have you ever been distracted while you talk with God?

Sometimes we babble at God, and sometimes He seems to answer us. Usually the answer we think we hear is exactly the words we needed at the time. Conversations with God is an attempt to discuss thoughts such as how He wants us to change, or about our choices while we are in His presence, or how He wants us to help others. But God always desires that we give Him our thanks and praises,” concludes author Dexter.

Consumers can purchase “Conversations with God” at traditional brick & mortar bookstores, or online at, Apple iTunes store, Kobo or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or inquiries about Conversations with God, contact the Christian Faith Publishing media department at 866-554-0919.

Source: Christian Faith Publishing

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