Kevin is an author and entrepreneur who especially loves the creative process of writing. He has been writing for over fifteen years and has eight books to his credit. His published works include several non-fiction projects on a variety of topics such as Christian singleness, a spiritually based motivation book, a coffee table book honoring local senior women at his home church, a Mother’s Day coffee table book and a history of how the Bible came to be. His first fiction book is a witty and entertaining look at one man’s journey to rediscovering an authentic relationship with Christ. His second book centers on one woman’s pursuit of justice with a tinge of revenge in a small, fictional town in SC. He prides himself on writing projects that are different from each other and interesting.
Born in Florida and raised in New Jersey, Kevin lives in Columbia, SC where he is always on a search for the next great interesting book to write. His future projects may be a novel that highlights an ironic twist or a non-fiction work that has something to do with the Bible.
This excerpt is from an actual submission that will appear in the upcoming book, Sweet Hour of Hymns.
She talks about how she heard this song sung by the senior choir as a teenager.
As with most of us, our understanding and appreciation of the special hymns in our lives grows as we mature. The more we grow in our understanding of the reality of God's existence, the more we can proclaim with great fervor, Oh Yes He Is!
Most of us have fond memories of at least one special hymn. Why don't you share some of your fond thoughts about a special hymn in your life?
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Sweet Hour of HYMNS
Yes God is Real By Kenneth Morris I cannot tell Just how you felt When Jesus Took all your sins away But since that day Yes, since that hour God has been real For I can feel His holy power As a teenager hearing this song sung by the Senior Choir was a highlight for me. It was a song that they sung with conviction and enthusiasm. I loved hearing those first sopranos adlib those super high notes while the chorus was being sung. When you are young you tend to like a song because it sounds good, you don’t pay too much attention to the lyrics.