Monica Septimio

Monica Septimio, Brazilian, mother, hairdresser, painter, theology seminarian at the Christian Preaching College in Framingham, Mass. Currently volunteering at the children’s ministry in her local church, Catedral de Adoração in Waltham, where she lives with her family. Before coming to USA she attended two years of philosophy at the Faculty of Philosophy of Maranhão, in Rondon do Para, PA, Brazil

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White Dresses (Vestes Brancas)

Not everything that is pleasant is good for us. Some things that are bad for us may be tempting because they are soft and delicious. At first, these things make us glad, but little by little, we become dependent on them, and we need to ask for help. And if all the help that we seek still fails, God never fails.

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Be Thankful, be thankful

Be thankful, be thankful is a book that teaches us to be happy with what we already have, until what we wish for arrives. Be thankful with what God has given to us is to trust that He knows what is best for us. Then, we show Him that we are ready to receive what we always dreamed for.

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Nothing is Impossible

Nothing is Impossible is a bilingual book in English-Portuguese that teaches children through a story of friendship that regardless of the misfortunes and inconsistencies of life, Jesus is the only constant. It encourages children to be persistent with what they want. Nothing is impossible when we believe in God and in ourselves, nothing is impossible when we are humble to recognize our mistakes and wise to fix them.

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