Richeson holds a master of science degree from Lee University and her passion is writing about her life challenges to help others. Her first novel will be released later this year.
Her story, “A Divine Goodbye,” is one of 101 stories in the book about a range of spiritual experiences from miraculous connections, answered prayer, divine intervention and inexplicable healing to angels and messages from heaven — proving miracles happen every day to people from all walks of life.
“A Divine Goodbye,” tells of her overwhelming grief when her little girl Madison died. She was only 3 years, 10 months old, and Richeson said, “My faith was shaken — I Just needed to know, as her parent, she was happy. I prayed for a sign.” She tells how this prayer was answered. She said, “I believe losing a child is the biggest heartbreak anyone can experience,” but her comfort came with the promise of Matthew 5:4.
The Wednesday matinee on will feature “Willie Wonka & the Chocolate Factory” (Rated G), in the Community Room at 2 p.m. Gametime after the movie will continue until 5:30 p.m.
A Father-Son Breakfast will be held in our Community Room July 2, from 10 to 11:15 a.m. Come prepared to build something wonderful.
This program is for boys, ages 5 through 12, and their male guardians. Home Depot and Chick-fil-A of Cleveland have joined us as sponsors in this first time event.
Stop by the Children’s Desk, call 472-2163 or go online to sign up.
This program is limited and reservations are needed to attend.
The library will be closed July Fourth in observance of the holiday.
For more information about the library and its services, check out webpage: www.clevelandlibrary.org.