• Dr. Dorothy is straightforward in providing a concise story that is deeply emotional about a single abused mother raising four daughters. Readers will appreciate the author’s ability to condense such an impactful story so effectively.
• Despite the very real moments of disappointments, followed by grief throughout the account story events, there are encounters during the author's intersections, which may also be termed, crossroads during her journey to define and fulfill her destiny. The book was entitled "Divine Interceptions," because It is a great narrative that frames consistently the uplifting and encouraging intersections of life, that always point to God, working out these events during, even in the difficult seasons for her good. This enlightened tone is a benefit to the story overall and will likely resonate with most readers.
• The individual scenes and characters that appear in the book are brought to life with grounded and vibrant descriptions, allowing the readers to follow the author's adventure and victorious ending.
A native of Winchester, KY, Rev. Winfred and Margie (Knowles) Smith parent's of Dr. Dorothy Smith-Hubbard were Southern Baptist leaders of the Consolidated Baptist Convention. Dr. Dorothy was a middle child of her five siblings and has always been an advocate for the dis-franchised and dis-advantaged. Graduate from the Asbury Theological Seminary (MACL and MACM) Master Degree(s)., Oral Roberts University (ORU) A Doctor of Ministry in Pastoral Care and Counseling). Founder and President of Branches Inc., 501 c(3) non-profit Leadership Organization and Smith-Hubbard Bible Institute to train Leaders through collaboration with ORU. Author of the book entitled: "Reducing Anxiety of Persons Practicing Pastoral Care" ( a Interpathic Training manual) United Methodist South-District Local Pastor and Church of God Community Chaplain, Houston, TX. Website: DoctorDorothy.org