Have You Been Broken Yet?: Short Stories for People Going Through Life Trials and Tribulations
Have you ever been faced with one or many of life's trials and tribulations to a point where you nearly lost all hope?In Have You Been Broken Yet?,author Terence Pollard provides short stories from his life experiences that will provide encouragement to those who may be experiencing one or many of life's challenges. Through his encouraging and uplifting words, Terence applies wisdom, coupled with common sense, to convey meaningful messages that can change your life. Step inside and experience his journey from being a broken soul to becoming a strong and confident person.Beloved, you are not alone during your difficult times. Follow Terence's inspirational and moving life encounters in Have You Been Broken Yet?and be encouraged. No matter what side of the track you grew up on, this book will minister to you.
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Be a Professional
Be Willing to Fail
Broken Damaged Cracked Chipped and Shattered
Distance Is Nothing The First Step Is Difficult
Do Your Best
Keep Holding On
Let God Help You
Live in the Present
Terence Where Art Thou?
Feed My People
Six OClock News
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