Gifts for Your Seasons

Inspirational Thoughts for Life’s Journey

by Pauline Oxley


Formats

Softcover
$15.84
Hardcover
$34.58
E-Book
$4.99
Softcover
$15.84

Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 1/14/2022

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 154
ISBN : 9781664116818
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 154
ISBN : 9781664116825
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 154
ISBN : 9781664116801

About the Book

Pauline Oxley was born in the Republic of Barbados and resides in the United Kingdom. She was married for 15 years and is the mother of two children, two grand-daughters and one great granddaughter. She has now been a single parent for many years and understands the importance of accepting the gifts that are given for each season of life. Pauline was raised in a Christian home and is presently an active member in the Seventh-Day Adventist Church in St Albans, Hertfordshire, UK where she has been a leader in areas such as teaching adult classes and working with children and young people. She is also an ordained Deaconess. She is a published author and has published two editions of “Beyond the Valley” a selection of inspirational poetry. The second edition was published in 2009. Pauline enjoys inspirational writing, and this has been one of her hobbies for many years. She has shared her poetry at Churches, and within the community on radio and television. She has also published short articles for magazines. Pauline has successfully completed a Business Management degree at the University of Essex, England. Her career life spans over forty years, having worked as a qualified and experienced Personal Assistant in the commercial world of business. Pauline has also worked as a lecturer, teaching adults at colleges both in Hertfordshire and London. Pauline is now employed as a Personal Assistant in the National Health Service working to support consultant psychiatrists, doctors, and others in senior management who deliver a mental health Service to both young and older people in the community.


About the Author