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Hmmm…Food For Thought: A Year of Devotion and Sustenance

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Author Michael U. Anthony

Author Michael U. Anthony spent ten years sharing his gifts of faith and teaching through radio ministry. Now, he’s collected his inspired reflections into Hmmm…Food for Thought: A Year of Devotion and Sustenance.

With your Bible by your side, dig in to Anthony’s fresh perspective on scripture, and be prepared to spend at least a week savoring each reading. This book is not a world-shaking quick fix for your problems. It’s not a short path to self-improvement. Rather, in these pages, Anthony hopes to inspire you toward a closer walk with Jesus Christ.

Anthony’s musings cover a broad range of relevant topics:

  • The meaning of major Christian holidays
  • The impact of your attitudes and feelings
  • How to navigate the throes of temptation
  • Finding strength in painful times
  • Embracing God’s purpose for your life

Each reading closes with a declaration of encouragement that Anthony invites you to speak over your circumstances. Your words have the power to bring about real change, and the text leads you through claiming joy, creativity, patience, and maturity in your life.

Meditate on the holy scriptures God has given you, and in the verses compiled in this book, discover the strength to weather all of life’s turbulence.

About the Author
Michael U. Anthony holds an associate’s degree in digital electronics and robotics from Valencia Community College in Orlando, Florida, and a bachelor’s degree in engineering technology from the University of South Florida in Tampa. After graduation, he returned to the British Virgin Islands to work in computer studies and consulting.

Only a few years after moving back to BVI, Anthony received salvation, sanctification, and the baptism of the Holy Ghost, changing the course of his career. Anthony was ordained as a minister in 2000 and currently works in ministry full time with his wife, Monica Frett-Anthony. In addition, Anthony has served on the BVI Teaching Service Commission and chaired both the Board of Immigration and the Road Traffic Advisory Committee.

However, Anthony’s true delight is in teaching the tenets of faith to communities in the US and British Virgin Islands and the Eastern Caribbean.


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