Jan. 23, 2013
-- RINGGOLD, Ga. – Neva Davis lives in Green Bay, Wisconsin. This summer she had a lot to celebrate. Davis turned 90 in July, and her book, Hope for the Future: The New Earth,
came out in December.
Born in Holly, Michigan, Davis grew up in Michigan and Wisconsin with her two older sisters and one younger brother. Her father worked as a pastor and teacher, so the family moved every few years. Davis graduated from Bethel Academy in 1940, which is now Wisconsin Academy, and Emmanuel Missionary College in 1942, now Andrews University, in Berrien Springs, Michigan, with a teacher’s certificate. After teaching for a few years, Davis married and later had a son. She now has three grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Hope for the Future: The New Earth
is the product of Neva Davis’ imagination combined with the biblical facts we know about the new earth that awaits those who go to heaven. In the story, Davis paints a picture of an individual touring the new earth, meeting new people, listening firsthand to stories from the beginning of time, and exploring the town that is now the main character’s home.
Davis hopes that this story will make the new earth seem real to people and get them excited about the future that awaits people who love God.Hope for the Future: The New Earth
is published by TEACH Services, and is available through the publisher’s Web site (http://www.TEACHServices.com
), Amazon, Barnes & Noble, or local bookstores by request.