"His, Hers and Theirs is based on a true story about two families dealing with love, losing loved ones and finding new love. It tells of feelings—heartaches, tears, and deep sadness, abandonment and exercise of faith. It is moreover concerned with children and the healing of their wounds and the hearts of all.
As faith would have it, members of both families found themselves without the love of a wife or husband and mother or father. Some of their experiences were the same and yet others were quite different. Still each felt a sense of great emptiness and loneliness. At first, those feelings were devastating, but then one day, they found each other and their lives were never the same.
In the book, you will read the story of how Callie and Columbas, the head of these two families, met and got married and blended their two families into one unit. It was not an easy task, but through perseverance, they eventually achieved their goal of becoming one big happy family.
You will further be given a chance to read a little history of their fourteen children."
His, Hers and Theirs
“Audrey M. Flowers, the daughter of the late Pastor James A. and Missionary Lucinda (Roberson) Flowers, was born in Dothan, Alabama. At the tender age of ten, she moved with her family to Trenton, New Jersey, where she spent her formative years. After finishing high school she moved to Washington, D.C. where she worked for the Federal Government. After a short stay in the nation’s capitol, she returned to Trenton. She later moved again, but this time to East Orange, New Jersey. Thirty years later, she retired from UMDNJ-New Jersey Medical School in Newark, New Jersey and eventually made her home in Florida. Audrey studied at Upsala College in East Orange and Christian Bible Institute in Bloomfield, New Jersey receiving a Bachelors in Religious Education. She also received the Degree of Doctor of Divinity from the International Christian University at Chesapeake, Virginia on June 5, 2005.
Audrey has been involved in Christian Ministry since 1967, and heard her call to the ministry some ten years later. She was ordained as an Evangelist at Christian Bible Center and taught at the Christian Bible Institute in Bloomfield. A few years later, she was ordained as an Elder at Deeper Life Evangelistic Center and also taught at their Bible College. She has written her autography “”Made in Waiting”” in 2008. “