A Day to Remember, a Lifetime to Heal

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AuthorHouse, 2010 - Biography & Autobiography - 148 pages
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A Day to Remember.. is not just a book, it's a real life testament to what God can do . In it, the author shares her personal recollections of the death of her parents and her experiences as a sexually exploited orphan who resorted to a life on the streets. Exposed within these pages are the "secrets" that held her hostage for over two decades. Journey with her as she unlocks the door to forgiveness and healing and embarks upon a spiritual path that would ultimately uncover a life beyond her wildest dreams. Written on the instruction of God, A Day to Remember... extends to its readers the opportunity to shed their physical, emotional and spiritual shackles in exchange for a life of meaning and purpose.
 

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Contents

Lay Me Down to Sleep
1
The Tale of My Father
14
A Mile in Her Shoes
28
A Flower Growing Wild
43
Lost and Turned Out
58
And Then the Sun Came Up
73
An Army of One
88
Ameen
94
The Bridge
100
To Whom Do I Belong?
108
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Author, Ieasa Nichols-Harmon was born and raised in the William Penn Housing Projects located in Chester, Pa. As the only child of an abusive mother and alcoholic father, Ieasa has spent the past ten years of her life trying to desperately right a terrible wrong. Orphaned as a young girl, Mrs. Nichols-Harmon has committed her lifes work to helping those in need. Her crippling experiences with abuse, addiction and abandonment have become the tools that God would use to reveal to her a life of meaning and purpose.By faith she has been transformed from a drug addicted, high school drop-out to a community activist, wife, mother, and evangelist. Ieasa's hope is that, any person seeking freedom from bondage, find peace and rest for their soul. She believes that the process of spiritual healing is one that is ongoing and that deliverance from bondage comes from God and the ability to acknowledge him in all areas of our lives. Ieasa had been bound, beaten and battered but she is no longer broken.

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