The African Trouble Child

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From her childhood in a small West African Country, prejudice in her home robed her of the equality and happiness of a family. From her early days she depended and trusted the Lord to set her free. Souhila relates her experiences to racial slavery and negligence. With the warm and generous spirit of her heart, she dedicates her life to serving the lord and helping the less fortunate. She recounts the lowest point of her life to loosing the privilege of having a loving relationship with her biological parents especially her mother; and the highest, to becoming a registered nurse and being able to assist the family that neglected her, and raising her children to have a loving relationship and respect for each other, and equality in the home. Her story is not only a biography of her troubled life, but also a testimony of an unshakable determination to have true faith in God.

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