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All books using the keywords: Susan Hairston

In My Father's Image Susan Hairston
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Size: 5.5" x 8.5"
Binding: Perfect Bound
What is an image? It is the likeness, the reflection of or the representation of the original. We were created in God's image and his likeness. He planned for man to have the best. However, there was opposition and it looks like all hope was gone. God's great plan for man was marred in the Garden of Eden. Sin came and stripped man of his rightful identity. But in due time Jesus Christ came to redeem us back to God. In My Father's Image is written to empower every one who desires to live life to reflect the likeness of Jesus Christ. It is written to help them stand by their convictions and defeat the enemy of their soul. The world needs godly examples to follow, they can tell when someone ...
Let Them Be Healed! Susan Hairston
Books with a 3 star rating(3)
Size: 6" x 9"
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781947962187
Stop for a moment and look at your heart. Are you angry, bitter, feel rejected and alone? Did someone you trusted break your heart? Did someone you loved die and you don't know how to process it? Do you feel that you don't matter? "Let Them Be Healed!" was written as a Guide for Healing Damaged Emotions. There are many hurting people who need to be healed emotionally from the hurts from their past experiences. Some have suffered from Verbal, Physical, Emotional, and Sexual abuse. You will find some positive solutions in this book. Don't give up, take charge of your Life and move forward.
The Adventures of Sister and Brother Susan Hairston
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Size: 7.5" x 7.5"
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781948186698
"The Adventures of Sister and Brother" is a true story about a sister and her brother growing up in the charming small town of Marion, Virginia. Their lives were full of adventure and they found many fun filled things to do. There were no dull moments in their lives. This story shares the love and affection a sister has for her younger brother. They became the best of playmates and enjoyed the rural setting in which they lived. They roamed the hills, sneaked into the junk yard, ate expired candy, along with many more fun things. Mrs. Hairston wanted to capture the spirit of their adventures to give other children a chance to see how fun and carefree life was growing up.