Torn Between Religion and Relationship

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Clay Bridges Press, Feb 19, 2010 - African American women - 102 pages
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"Janice Butler is torn between being in relationship with a dangerous man and following the quiet voice of faith inside her heart that warns her of the tragedy ahead. The gripping story of her domestic violence experience is presented decision by decision as she follows the path leading to her frightful abduction by her husband, being a hostage victim, and his subsequent death. Torn Between Religion and Relationship takes the story to the hopeful end, however, as Butler discusses how she survived and provides hope to others that may find themselves on a similar path."

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Janice Butler is a woman after God's heart who speaks to groups about the difficulties of living through Domestic Violence. This Kansas City native's story was splashed across the headlines years ago, but today her story is one of lasting hope and survival. And most of all, it is a testimony of moving from a life of religion to a life of relationship with her Father God.

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