Sheryl Young

Sheryl Young

The United States



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Sheryl's been freelance writing since 1997 for magazines, newspapers and the internet. Her passion is to write about politics, society and family as they intersect with biblical faith.

Sheryl's articles have been seen in: Yahoo News, The Christian Post, VISTA national Sunday School Curriculum for Wesleyan Publishing, The Underground Online Christian Magazine, Chicken Soup for the Soul, The Tampa Tribune, St. Pete Times and Florida Baptist Witness Newspapers; Light & Life, Better Nutrition and Today's Christian Woman Magazines;, and more.

She's written two books: The latest, published in Nov. 2011, is "God, Am I Nobody," about yielding our personal desires for "success" to God's will for our lives. In 2008, she wrote

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Thanks to Goodreads reader Michael Hatalovsky for another great review of my 17-Day Devotional, "God Am I Nobody?" -

Are you a Christian, wondering when your "15 minutes of fame" might come? Or waiting for God's next open door? Maybe you're "burned out" on church work which gets no thank you, or you're preparing for missions. This book is for you! Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 30, 2013 12:23 • 89 views • Tags: bible, christianity, failure, fame, god, hudson-taylor, humility, jesus, lord, pride, success
Average rating: 4.82 · 11 ratings · 5 reviews · 2 distinct works · Similar authors
God, Am I Nobody?

4.83 avg rating — 6 ratings — published 2011 — 2 editions
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4.80 avg rating — 5 ratings — published 2008
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“I had such a hard time giving all the glory to God when first accepting Him as Lord. Coming out of a theatre background where there were many applauds and accolades, I suffered from what I call "attention-itis" - the need for recognition. It took many years and much eating of crow before I became conscious of giving all praise to God for my accomplishments.”
Sheryl Young, God, Am I Nobody?

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