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‼️“Let Go Of The Cookies”‼️

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"Let Go Of The Cookies" is a literary source of daily food for thoughts for readers to ponder and examine the various idiosyncrasies in their life. This 30 Day Devotional is also intended to bridge the gap to better ministries, families, communities, friendships, relationships, fellowship, and our own self-worth in a holistic way. Make the investment by Pre-Ordering your copy “TODAY” and prepare your self to “Let Go Of The Cookies”!

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About The Author

Minister James “J.R.” Edwards is the Founder and CEO of Bridge The Gap Outreach Ministries in Danville, Virginia where he and his wife, Keyona Edwards, strive to "Bridge the Gap; One Community & Business at a Time" by Building Relationships In Diverse Geographical Environments through their faith-based, family-centered, and community-focused outreach endeavors. He and his wife are the proud parents of 5 children: 2 girls and 3 boys.


Minister Edwards is a former Commissioner on the Danville Redevelopment and Housing Authority, former Board of Director on the Danville Housing Company, Inc., former member of the Danville Social Services Advisory Board, and former advisory member of the White House African American Stakeholders to raise awareness on how to mitigate the effects of the COVID-19 virus.


Currently, Minister J.R. travels globally ministering with Pastor,  Televangelist, and Best Seller Author of “Witchcraft in the Pews”, Bishop George G. Bloomer. He has ministered with him throughout the United States and over 28 Countries. 

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"Let Go Of The Cookies" serves as a vehicle to empower, inspire, build, and strengthen you through daily food for thoughts. These thoughts focus on accentuating the positive gifts and talents down on the inside of me, that needs to be released into the lives of others. This daily read will cause you to ponder an examine the various cookies in your life, even to discuss them amongst peers, or in a group study session. "We all have some cookies in our lives whether good or bad that need to be released, so what cookies are you holding on too?”