Prayers for Jennifer Hudson
“The tragic news of the past weekend is particularly saddening to us at Guideposts,” Editor-in-Chief Edward Grinnan said in a recent news release.
“Jennifer was wonderful to work with on her story — positive, inspiring, spiritually focused and remarkably even-keeled for someone to whom success and fame had come so young. All of us at Guideposts send our prayers and condolences to Jennifer.”
In the cover story, the singer and actress Jennifer Hudson spoke of her extraordinarily close relationship with her family. She told the story of growing up in a deeply spiritual home and a nurturing church, where she first found her voice.
”The story has received overwhelming response. In the past few days, there has been an unprecedented outpouring of prayers and support for Jennifer and her family posted at Guideposts.com,” Grinnan said.
Guideposts, publisher of inspirational books and magazines, is a non-profit organization headquartered in Carmel, N.Y., co-founded in 1945 by the husband and wife team of Norman Vincent Peale and Ruth Stafford Peale.
Read the story on Hudson and the prayer/message postings to her at www.Guideposts.com.
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