Cagan Crossings Library will be hosting a book signing by local author, Dr. Terry Harvey, of her first book The Spirit of Agape: Self-Help from Within on Saturday, November 17th. The public is invited to meet the author from 12-2 p.m.
Written in the suburbs of Orlando, Florida, The Spirit of Agape Self-Help from Within is a metaphysical book that encourages new ways of thinking about spiritual development, personal healing, and prosperity. What does Agape mean? Agape is a Greek word that means love. Agape represents unconditional love. It is a selfless love of one person for another without sexual implications. It is a love that is spiritual in nature. It is pure love and it surpasses all other kinds of affection in its intent and power. Some metaphysical practitioners and metaphysicians talk about this love when they refer to the life force energy that drives and moves through all matter in the universe. The word Agape is used for love only 20 times in the entire Old Testament. Agape is the major word used for Godly love in the New Testament.
This is a self-reflective book that teaches the idea of manifesting prosperity and personal healing with natural-born gifts and interpersonal thoughts, while encouraging powerful thinking patterns to promote healthy spiritual development for a more gratifying life.
Dr. Terry Harvey is a certified metaphysical practitioner. She has been awarded the certificate by the International Metaphysical Ministry University Seminary School to professionally engage in the treatment of physical and mental ailments and conditions through the use of spirituals mind treatments. She is an ordained metaphysical minister through the International Metaphysical Ministry University Seminary. She received her Ph.D. in comparative religion and a Doctorate of Divinity in Bible Interpretation from the University of Sedona. She received her graduate degrees from the University of Central Michigan and the University of Metaphysics. She resides in the suburbs of Orlando, Florida with her husband and her children.
For additional information call 352-243-1840 or visit www.mylakelibrary.org.