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Have you ever felt disconnected, lonely, or even Unseen? You are not alone!

In our fast-paced society, we can often feel unnoticed. Despite today’s ever-present digital network powered by cell phones and social media, the connection we long for can seem impossible to grasp. Through very filtered lenses, everyone else’s lives look perfect, while ours may seem lonely and empty, leaving us feeling overlooked and insignificant. 


But you are God’s treasured possession who He constantly sees and pursues! Our loving heavenly Father is the Good Shepherd. He will leave the 99 to search for the one sheep who has gone astray. And when he finds it, he joyfully puts it on his shoulders and goes home. Then he calls his friends and neighbors together and says, “Rejoice with me; I have found my lost sheep” (Luke 15:5-6 NIV). 

God designed us to need love, acceptance, and community, but how do we embrace those essential elements of life? The authors of Unseen: You Are Not Alone provide their personal answers to this question. They share their struggles of feeling isolated and unnoticed and detail how our awesome God helped them overcome every obstacle to find what truly matters: Him.


These stories and devotional teachings shed light on the truth of your significance and value, helping you walk through the darkness into the light. God has more for you than you could ask or imagine. 


The most holy and mighty God of the universe sees you. You are never alone!

Unseen: You Are Not Alone

  • Mendez Nelson is an Occupational Therapist. She lives in Madison, Mississippi. Her husband, Kevin, is an Oral Oncology Dentist. They attend Fondren Church. 

    Mendez is on the Magnolia Speech School Board. She serves as Board Secretary for the Crisis Pregnancy Center of Southwest Mississippi. She also serves on the Mississippi Occupational Therapy Association Board as Legislative Co-Chair of the Mental Health Committee. Additionally, Mendez volunteers as a committee member with Anchored: A Christian Grief Retreat to help young girls and teens cope with the loss of loved ones. Finally, she serves on Emmaus and Chrysalis Retreat Teams.

    Mendez felt called to initiate the writing of this book so readers would know they are loved and seen by God. Her prayer is that as you read the chapters and teaching-devotions in Unseen, you will sense God’s presence and know that you are always seen by Him.

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