WORTH: A Story of Favor and Forgiveness is a memoir about an African American woman that centers on a 1979 visit with Good Times actress Esther Rolle. Born into an upper middle class family in Orlando, Florida, Ann Champion experiences travel, gifts, and other benefits that come with her privileged lifestyle. After her parents’ divorce, things change as her once prosperous life dissipates, and the family is introduced to a world of poverty. Through faith and resilience, Ann strains to overcome challenges, griefs, and loss. While living in San Francisco, however, she receives a surprise birthday gift that reminds her of what’s most important.
Ann Champion Shaw is a native of Orlando, Florida. She received her BA from Clark Atlanta University and MDiv from Emory University, Candler School of Theology, Atlanta, Georgia. Presently, she is a board-certified chaplain with the Association of Professional Chaplains and serves with her husband as the Executive Pastor of Bethel AME Church, San Francisco, California. They have two children. WORTH: A Story of Favor and Forgiveness is her first book.
Author: Ann Champion Shaw
Narrator: Ann Champion Shaw
Publishers: Gatekeeper Press
Copyright: 2022 Ann Champion Shaw
Running Time: 06:04:05