Donald Ennis’s newly released “Hello God, It’s Me” is an edifying account that allows the readers
MEADVILLE, Pa., Donald Ennis a stirring book filled with words of wisdom that focuses on the beauty of believing God and His plans. “Hello God, It’s Me” is the creation of published author Donald Ennis, an author who loves God and reading the Holy Bible.
Ennis writes, “I believe that God has timing. His timing will never be with yours but better. I always pray to God. He will never let me down. I look at him. I don’t look at a man. God’s ways are the best. When you know him, you can’t go wrong. Hello, God, it’s me…”
Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Donald Ennis’s new book encourages the readers to strengthen their faith in God no matter how hard their life may seem.
Through this book, the author aims to bring God at the forefront so readers may come to see His encompassing grace and compassion for His beloved children.
Consumers can purchase “Hello God, It’s Me” at traditional brick & mortar bookstores, or online at Amazon.com, Apple iTunes store, or Barnes and Noble.
Don was born on March 26, 1934, to Edgar and Polly (Updegraff) Ennis, in Westfield. He married Marilyn Myers on June 5, 1954. She passed away on Sept. 25, 2003.
He is survived by two sons, Damon (Angie) Ennis of Allerton and Derrick (Sharon) Ennis of Tolono.
He was preceded in death by his parents and wife, Marilyn Ennis.
Don enjoyed sports in high school and was even offered a full-ride scholarship to play baseball at Eastern Illinois University. But once out of high school, he got drafted into the Army, where he served for two years. Once out of the Army, Don farmed for the Allerton Ranch. Don had a great knowledge of horses. In his younger years, he roped calves. Later, he raised and trained cutting, reining and roping horses. He was a director in the United States Team Roping Championship for many years. Don was a trustee for the Allerton Fire Department and was an active member of Allerton United Methodist Church. Don had a great sense of humor and was loved by all his family and friends.
In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to Traditions Health Hospice or to Allerton United Methodist Church.
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