Ulm Street

by Stephanie M. Captain



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 12/15/2011

Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 100
ISBN : 9781468501872
Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5x8
Page Count : 100
ISBN : 9781468501889

About the Book

“Thought provoking, soul searching, exhilarating, stimulating and restorative, are just a few words that grip my heart as I read Stephanie’s book Ulm Street. It captivated my mind from the onset. As Stephanie’s Pastor, she is well known to me to be a woman of great Godly character. She shows genuine concern and compassion for God’s people, especially those who are suffering physically, emotionally and spiritually. This comes across in the characters of this book. It is written in such a way that would cause you to see a mirror's reflection of your very soul.
This collection of short stories is fascinating and will take you on a spiritual journey that you will find restorative to your soul. As you embark on the journey captured on these pages you may find yourself saying revive me again, Lord. In a world that oftentimes seems to be on a Spiritual decline, with no hope in view, Stephanie reminds us that we have a Heavenly Father who is on this journey with us. He is offering restoration, salvation and healing to all that would dare embrace Him.”
Pastor Pamela Gardner
Senior Pastor, Shekinah Tabernacle

About the Author

Stephanie M. Captain is known for her zeal for children and writing. Being reared in the South it was instilled in her that, we are our brother’s keeper. This upbringing afforded her priceless opportunities to share her love for children as a foster parent, surrogate mother, and as a licensed family childcare provider certified through the Department of Defense. She has authored several books, to include: East Wind, Dear God, We Need to Talk, Cousin S.E. May, and Help Lord, I Married A Golfer. Her books cross generations, genders, and Geographic’s. After traveling throughout Europe and the United States with the military, Stephanie now resides in Georgia with her husband Amos, their three children, and grandson.