Bedford teen author set to signings for first book
Emma Beauchesne, 15, of Bedford, and has written her first book, "Heaven Sent," which has been published by Christian Faith Publishing. "Heaven Sent": is a journey of faith through the eyes of a Christian teen.
Though young, Emma is driven and always looking for something new to add to her list of hobbies. She is an avid scuba diver and has traveled to Belize, Little Cayman, Canada and the Dominican Republic. Her highest educational accomplishments include three honors classes and a college course through MITX in Python programming completed in 2015. She continues to challenge herself with a course through UQX. Her dream to become a Christian recording artist and her love of Christian music led her to sing on her school worship team. In addition, she is a selftaught acoustic guitarist and has experience playing the electric bass guitar. She has been active in track, cross-country and basketball. She has always loved writing and is supported by her family, teachers and peers in her pursuit of writing.
Most importantly, Emma has a heart for the Lord. Her relationship with God is something she longs to share with others, and she has a heck of a fun time doing it.
Emma believes that "As Christians, we are on a mission to bring as many citizens of this world into the kingdom of God. We are representatives of the Lord, made to spread the gospel like wildfire, reflecting Jesus to others with love. Are you ready to dive into a relationship with God like no other, tackling fears and conquering obstacles? You were created for an unimaginable purpose and the creator loves you. Your mission is heaven sent."
Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Emma Beauchesne’s new book will intrigue and engage the reader to improve their own understanding of God’s love for them and His hope for their life.
"Heaven Sent" encompasses tragedies, theological lessons, and times of praise to act as a paradigm for the struggling, thriving, and somewhere-in-between Christians. The book covers topics such as love, doubt and fear. Each section of the book is followed by a series of questions encouraging the reader to delve further into its main focus. Biblical accounts, as well as scientific/historical evidence and testimonies, will give clarity and assurance to the reader. Every chapter will appeal to various emotions, striking each individual reader differently.
Consumers can purchase "Heaven Sent" at traditional brick & mortar bookstores, or online at Amazon.com, Apple iTunes store, Kobo or Barnes and Noble.
Emma will be available at the following book signings:
? Saturday, Oct. 1 at Barnes & Noble in Salem;
? Sunday, Oct. 16 at Barnes & Noble in Newington;
? Thursday, Oct. 20 (tentative) at Barnes & Noble in Manchester, to benefit her school, Mount Zion Christian School in Manchester.
For additional information or inquiries about "Heaven Sent," contact the Christian Faith Publishing media department at 1-866-554-0919.
– Submitted by Christian Faith Publishing