Mother's Day Giveaway
In honor of Mother's Day, I will give away 20 books. The first 20 people to enter will receive the book of their choice free. There is no handling or delivery charges.
To enter, complete the form below. Your information will not be shown on this site. It will not be used to contact you except for to contact you for delivery of your book. Your email will not put you on any mailing list. You have the option of deleting your email after the giveaway.
To make your selection, you may view each of these books under Books by Theresa.
Exciting announcement. The free online tutorials on creating 3D PowerPoint presentations are almost ready to be released. The Preview video is ready now. I was honored to be asked to write the script and press releases. Please read the entire story
http://www.storiesforchrist.com/down-lifes-road/there-is-power-in-powerpoint. Be sure to watch the video.
Writing for Christ
My latest novel Reflections of Rosalyn has been released. Please stop by my blog to read an excerpt. http://theresa-thebookmama.blogspot.com
Welcome to my website. Home is this page where I will write notes to you, the reader. I have added a new page called Speaking Information for people who are interested in booking a speaking engagement. (I am in the Texas and Louisiana area.) I have added so many short stories that the menu was too crowded, so I am now categorizing them. That will also make it easier for those who specific interests. Books by Theresa is a drop down page, where you can click on a book I have written and read a short excerpt and book reviews. I hope you check in often to see what has been added. Please leave me a note telling what you like and don't like.
Teachers always amused when they hear someone say teaching must be boring. There is nothing boring about education. One of the best parts is what the students tell us unbeknownst to parents. Here are just a few.
Out of the Mouths of Students
A long-time resident of the community had moved away. She and her husband began building a house in her hometown community to be ready before her child began school.. Although the house was not ready when school started, the parent gave that address and enrolled the child in school. One day a teacher asked the Kindergarten student, "Did you move into your new house yet?" He replied, "No, Mom still has to lie."
A teacher was having a conference after school with a parent. She sent the student and his younger sister to the back of the room to play during the conference. After quite a bit of talking, without interruption from the children, the mother said, "I don't know why he is having trouble with Math. We work on it every day." The student stood up and said, "No you don't. I ask you all the time to help me, but you don't."
|Theresa Franklin, Stories for Christ||