Strength Sufficient For The Day by Pat Capps Mehaffey

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Pat Capps Mehaffey, an ex-banker, retired to a lake home where she enjoyed birds, grandchildren and writing. In the serenity of this location, she began writing Christian meditations, devotionals and stories. This is her second published book of devotionals. Her stories and articles have appeared in a variety of publications. She currently lives in North Central Texas. Pat’s books reflect many years of attending worship services, Christian seminars, retreats and studying God’s inspired word.

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After 30 years in the banking industry, rearing three daughters and serving as caregiver for elderly parents. Pat relocated to the isolation and serenity of a lake home. There urgent messages spoke in her heart and mind saying, "Write this down. It's important." The result was three books of daily devotionals: Lessons for Living, Strength Sufficient for the Day and Out of Darkness. Many of her short stories were published in various anthologies. Pat's work has appeared in Guideposts and The Upper Room. She received awards from Oklahoma Writers' Federation, Inc., Books N Authors N All that Jazz at Weatherford College, and Passsager, The Martin Luther King Issue, published by the University of Baltimore. She had numerous winning entries in area writing contests.Pat and P.H. (Patient Husband), and Cocoa (the Siamese), downsized to a pleasant town in North Central Texas near their children and grandchildren. Memories of stories told by her father of his pioneer ancestors began to surface coming together in Under a Comanche Moon, for young adults. Shadows of the Comanche, Second in the series, follows soon.When not writing, Pat finds satisfactions in volunteer work through her church, the local hospital and several charitable groups. Pat loves to hear from readers. Contact her at
Published November 10, 2012 by, Inc.. 206 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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