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New Biography Tells a Touching Account of a Mother’s Love
MARATHON, Fla. (PRWEB) January 11, 2013
The challenges of motherhood can be daunting for many women who face the prospects of not only rearing their children, but also providing them financial support. In “A Mother’s Journey of Faith Hope and Love” author Sylvina V. Ellis recounts her own experiences with raising her children and providing for them despite her low-income status.
Ellis’ recollection begins with her own childhood as she grew up in poverty, and how her mother stopped her schooling and made her toil in the fields. This taught Ellis the value of hard work, and the importance of learning, as she swore to herself that she would never deny her children the opportunities that come with education. Her work contrasts the different lifestyles and values of the past and the present, and how despite the changing times, her faith in God gave her the strength to surpass the obstacles in her life. Ellis then takes her readers to the present day, when she enrolls into the very same university her daughter attended. Now, after her children have finished their schooling, she too can finally complete her education and earn her diploma.
“A Mother's Journey of Faith Hope and Love” is a compelling story of a mother struggling through adversity and hardship in order to provide a better future for her children. Ellis’ work will show her readers the importance of faith and family, and how a mother’s love can overcome even the greatest difficulties in life.
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About the Author
Sylvina V. Ellis is from the island of Saint Kitts and is currently living in the United States. She is married to Onel Ellis and has three children, Dean, Veronica and Sonia Boddie. Ellis has five grandchildren.
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