My Faithbook Messages: Devotions to Like and Share by Sandra Fischer
“Sandra Fischer captures the connection and communication that we love about social media with our relationship with God. Her Faithbook Messages are short, personal, and so encouraging. I reacted with a heart emoji!”
—James N. Watkins, award-winning author and speaker, God, I Don't Understand and Overcoming Fear and Worry
"Sandra Fischer's Faithbook Messages share with passion the love of Christ that she knows so intimately. Her messages encourage, inspire and lead us into the deep loving relationship our Heavenly Father desires to have with us."
—Michael Edwards, author of Gravity—True for You, But Not for Me and owner of FaithWriters.com and Godevidencetruth.com
“Powerful and Inspiring! Sandra Fischer connects with God's heart, and ours, through her Faithbook Messages. This book is a unique and contemporary web of genius, while promoting God and the Word.”
—CD Swanson, Christian author and devotional writer, Witness of Our Father's Love and Hearts of Love—Lost & Found
To anyone seeking to find some good messages:
If you are looking for timeless messages from the world of media, you are looking in the right place. My Faithbook Messages contains devotional posts inspired by the Bible, the Faithbook of the ages. Unlike messages found on digital media that are instantly viewed and not always saved, these posts give you the opportunity to “like,” “comment,” and, if you choose, to “share” any of them by requesting a copy to send to others.
Sandra Fischer is a regular devotional contributor to the website, Faithwriters.com. Her inspirational book about nature, Seasons of the Garden, established her as a gifted writer of prose and poetry. Many of her articles and short stories are featured in several anthologies listed on her Amazon page. Sandra writes about her life experiences in Indiana and adds new ones found as a “Southern transplant” following her retirement in 2001. After spending fifteen years in Dataw Island, SC, she and her husband currently live in Southern Pines, where she continues to enjoy life and writing new stories and devotions.
To read more of her work, visit these sites: