Baby Evan is a series of books about our journey from foster care to adoption. Evan was placed with my husband and I when he was 7 months old. Being a first-time mom, I did not know a lot about caring for an infant. I watched family and friends as they cared for their children, but it is very different when you are responsible. I knew some basic reasons why babies cry; either they are hungry, sleepy, wet or sick. In this book I was trying to find out why Baby Evan was crying. In the forthcoming series of books, I will share our life experiences as a family. We faced several challenges along the way but with God we continue to work through them by praying and asking for wisdom and guidance. Evan is a remarkable and funny little fellow whom we love so much. We hope that you enjoy this series as much as we have enjoyed having him in our lives. Thanks in advance for your continued support. God bless!
Linda, whose background of Christianity and Faith in Christ Jesus was from an early childhood. Linda was always amazed and intrigued about cycles of life and seasonal changes of winter, spring, summer and autumn. To better understand life and its cycles, it would have to come from God the creator. Truth can only be revealed from the source of the creator as to why things are as they are. Her discipleship in Christ transformed from Baptist to Pentecostal into the teachings of the Kingdom of God.
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Melony Walker was born in Memphis, Tennessee January 28, 1964. She is a graduate of George Washington Carver High School, LeMoyne-Owen College and Strayer University. In 1982, on a basketball scholarship, she attended LeMoyne-Owen College where she received a B.A. in Fine Arts. She taught art education and coached girls’ basketball (2006 TSSAA State Champions), track and volleyball in Memphis City Schools for eleven years. In 2010, she received a master’s degree at Strayer University. In 1993, her work was honored by the Tennessee Black Caucus of Legislators at the Peabody Hotel. Much of her work is based on family, unity, sports, and Memphis culture through fine arts and wearable art. She was selected as the Africa in April Graphic artist from 2000 to 2006. She is known throughout Memphis of her Unique Style of work and the Artist for Retired NBA player Anfernee “Penny” Hardaway, NBA Chicago Cameron Payne, and creates work for SCIAA and SCSK12 Custom Paintings for Championship Awards. Melony Walker is branching out on her journey as an Artist by exploring her work Nationally and International as Women Artist. She current owns and operates Creative Di-Zign.
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