“Forever Growing—A Journey of Trust” is a book for young adults, adults, and seniors who have either questioned their trust in God in this complex world or those who have trust in God and just want a positive affirmation of this trust . It is an inspirational autobiographical piece which chronicles the life journey of the author; tracing her life decisions; that is, from the tragic death of her father at a very young age, to almost losing her spouse, to the beautiful birth of her triplet grandchildren. .
However, even more importantly, it affirms how God has a hand in each of our lives. All we have to do is listen, be still and willing to get off “the roller coaster of self-destruction” with our busy and hectic lifestyles.
Have you ever lost trust in God, especially when there is a major change or crisis in your life, such as death, losing you job, foreclosure on your home, or divorce? Have you ever questioned if God is real? If you answered yes to any of these questions, this book merits your time and attention. It is a short but powerful book which also helps you to identify the enemies of your soul and shows you how to conquer these enemies, such as doubt, fear or worrying; that is, with insightful step-by-step instructions. This book was written to be inspirational and if it helps one person, the author believes that it will have served its purpose.
She was an Aspirant with the Missionary Sisters of the Sacred Heart of Jesus and is currently a Lay Prayer Associate. She is also a Eucharistic Minister and Lector at her church. Richelle has a passion for empowering others to be the best they can be through their ever growing relationship with God in their daily lives. With this book, she offers hope to those who are truly seeking Him. Richelle firmly believes that each day is a gift from God, to continue to grow in our faith and trust, regardless of our age; with new and exciting beginnings as exemplified in her life story. She now dedicates her life to taking care of her husband, writing, public speaking and other entrepreneurial activities. She is married and the proud grandmother of triplets. She holds a Masters Degree in Human Resources/Labor Relations from St. Francis University in Loretta, PA.