"Generations" tells the true story of what happened to Sharon Garlock Spiegel’s grandfather when two young men showed up on his doorstep on a summer afternoon in 1913, setting into motion an amazing series of events. Edward soon found himself at a campground in Framingham, Massachusetts, walking into a revival tent. What happened next can only be described as a miracle. The Holy Spirit changed not only his life, but the future of thousands of others through him.
Throughout the book, Sharon helps readers understand the impact one life can have on the following Generations. The story is so powerful, it has garnered attention from one of the largest denominations in the United States.
Generations is Sharon’s first book, however she has loved writing since she was a young girl. She often wrote stories and poetry - a skill she inherited from her grandmother, Jessie May Garlock. Today, the Assembly of God minister, school administrator and self-described “Missouri Yankee” keeps busy pastoring, teaching, and being a wife, mother, and grandmother. Still, one of her favorite activities is writing with purpose, sharing things that bless others. She and Roger, her husband of nearly fifty years, live in western Missouri and have three children and fourteen grandchildren.
To learn more about Sharon Garlock Spiegel and her writing visit www.SharonOraGarlockSpiegel.com.