Miracles Still Happen

Trafford Publishing, 2007 - 61 Seiten
The Webster dictionary defines a miracle as "something wonderful; a marvelous thing, something which seems to go beyond the know laws of nature and is held to be the act of a supernatural being; a supernatural event". An extra ordinary event taken as a sign of the supernatural power of God, an extremely outstanding or unusual event, thing or accomplishment derived from Latin miraculum "a wonder" from mirari "to wonder" related to admire. A true miracle is an event in the external world brought about by the immediate agency or the simple volition of God, operating without the use of means capable of being discerned by the senses, and designed to authenticate the divine commission of a religious teacher and the truth of his message. In the book Miracles Still Happen you will be enlightened on how miracles are presented to us each and every day.

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Born and raised in Brooklyn, NY. Hispanic heritage. She attended, FDR High School, and Kingsborough Community College. She was a Bookkeeper for 15 years. She is also a Singer and Songwriter. In May 1990 Ms. Perez completed certification in Professional Telephone Skills seminar Sponsored by New York Telephone/ NYNEX Company and in April 1999 attended Holistic Hardware Leadership Training -Sponsored by Here's Life Inner City in New York. In expanding her education she also attended Willsey Institute in 2001 for Nursing, Phlebotomy, and EKG certification. Relocated to Florida in 2003. She has training in, HIV 500/501 Client Centered Counselor, Tester including training in Domestic Violence, and HIV Transmission. Prevention and Legal Issues. Advocate and speaker for The PLACE of Comfort HIV support group. With the help of Carlos Ayala Director and Founder of HIV-AIDS Help Desk, Venus Perez is also an online HIV-Help-Desk Assistant and an advocate for Hispanic Speak-out. Previously a volunteer with other non-profit organizations. Presently Mrs. Perez is now the Executive Director to the not-for profit Organization EASY ACCESS RESOURCE, assisting individuals with resources who are medically frail in providing resource needs in crisis situations. Partner with Second Harvest Food Bank and Department of Children and Families/Access Florida utilization program (Food Stamps, Medical, Cash Assistance applications). On February 8, 2007, Venus Perez was awarded the UNSUNG HERO AWARD in recognition of her valuable contributions in advocating for the needs of people living with HIV|AIDS, impacting communities within which they live, and exhibiting a commitment to preventing the spread of HIV infection through outreach and education. She was, an appointed member to the Orlando Eligible Metropolitan areas EMA HIV Health Services Planning Council, and CFAP Consortia. Advocate to the Seminole County Community. Involved with the Longwood Police Department in assistance with Senior Elder Services. A partner with Joyce Meyer Ministries, a Sponsor the Children's Miracle Network, International Fellowship of Christians and Jews and a contributor to Life Outreach Ministries and The American Red Cross. Volunteer for the Coalition for the Homeless in Central Florida. She is a Christian.

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