My Journey – by Shelvie Smith
All Books , Smith / December 13, 2014

My Journey Shelvie Hutchinson Smith shares her heart in writing this book that reveals some of the most difficult times of her life. Her struggles included depression, spiritual warfare, and the loss of her husband and two sons. Through the victory over these battles, God has given her wisdom to help others find hope. Women throughout the country have been renewed through her women’s conferences and one to one counseling. She served as the director of the local pregnancy crisis center in Oxford, Mississippi and taught Bible classes in the women’s ministry of her church. She now makes her home in Aiken, South Carolina with her husband Herschel Smith. She is the grandmother of Landon and Christin Hutchinson and the great grandmother of Eason James. Carolyn Reeves, a long-time friend of Shelvie’s, has authored and co-authored a number of books and articles that support Creationism and challenge Darwinian evolution. Her talents for writing were used to edit and help guide this book.

How the Spirit Filled My Life – by Bertha Smith
All Books , Smith / August 4, 2008

How the Spirit Filled My Life The secret of Bertha Smith’s courage and effectiveness throughout a century-long life is that she learned how to die to self…This is the key to spiritual victory, to personal revival, and to effectiveness in ministry. Bertha Smith lived her life with spiritual courage and holy boldness because, like the apostle Paul, she knew that “to live is Christ, and to die is gain” (Phil. 1:21). ~ Michal Ann Goll, Author, Women on the Frontlines Testimony and advice forms the content of How the Spirit Filled My Life. In story after story, Miss Bertha tells of persons who have discovered the joy of the Spirit-filled life. She also points out the traps that plague the Christian and offers suggestions for continuing to walk in the Spirit successfully. If you are hungering to walk a Spirit-filled life, this book will encourage you, guide you, and mentor you on your journey. $ 6.95 Born before 1888, Bertha Smith went to China as a missionary with the Southern Baptist Convention’s Foreign Mission Board in 1917. After being interned by the Japanese in 1941, Miss Bertha continued her work in China until 1948 when Communism forced her out. She…