Don't Be Bitter, Get Better
Why do bad things happen to good people?
Columbia, SC, March 11, 2009 - These past few months have been difficult and so many are feeling the effects of the shifting economy. Minister and author, Paulette Harper, sets out to remind those on the verge of losing hope that the best is yet to come.Struggling to recover from a broken marriage and disappointed dreams, Paulette Harper groped for meaning and understanding. She ultimately turned to God and found the answers she longed for – learning her real purpose through all the pain. Her mission now is to teach others how to deal with disappointment and shattered dreams.
By sharing her struggles with transparency, through her new book, That Was Then, This Is Now, This Broken Vessel Restored (Tate Publishing, May 2008, $11.99), Harper illustrates how restoration can come from revelation. “I want to share the message of triumph over tragedy. I believe that if a person is mentored, taught and trained – their attitude will change and they’ll have success – this book will be a catalyst for change,” said Harper, who is the founder of Broken Vessel Ministry.About the AuthorA native of Pittsburg ,CA , Paulette Harper travels as an inspirational speaker, licensed minister, workshop facilitator, and founder of Broken Vessel Ministry.
For more information about Paulette and her new release “That Was Then, This Is Now, This Broken Vessel Restored” visit http://bvministry.org/. About Tywebbin CreationsTywebbin Creations was established in 1999. We offer Web Design, Graphic Design, Virtual Tours and Virtual Assistant services. We are committed to providing quality services without "breaking" our client's budgets. Tywebbin Creations has coordinated a seven-day blog tour for Paulette Harper. This Broken Vessel Restored Blog Tour starts Sunday, March 15, 2009 and ends Saturday, March 21, 2009. For details, visit http://tywebbin.com/blog-tours.