Weaned in the Desert

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Xulon Press, 2010 - Religion - 134 pages
Weaned in the Desert is not just a book; it is a lifetime of experiences straining to be contained in but a few pages. This autobiographical journey chronicles treasured triumphs, as well as the frequent failings that accompany us all on our Christian walk. It is my pleasure to share with you a sort of "view from my pew" as I journal my journey with Jesus. Listen in on lessons learned from my Lord. See what I have seen, hear what I have heard, and feel what I have felt.....and be encouraged, the desert is not so bad when you see it from God's perspective! Biographical Sketch of Genea S. Brice First Lady Genea S. Brice is a born-again Christian who loves the Lord God with all of her heart, mind, body, soul, and strength. Firmly believing that Salvation plus Education makes a good Combination, Sis. Brice is in perpetual pursuit of academic excellence. Sis. Brice currently holds a B.A. in Liberal Studies/English Literature from Patten University, and an M.A. in Old Testament Studies from Sacramento Theological Seminary and is the founder, president and CEO of a multi-ethnic mentorship program for girls called W.I.N.G.S. (Women Inspiring the Next Generation of Sisters). A published poet, mentor, Bible teacher, and speaker, Sis. Brice's unique brand of scriptural soundness and cultural relevance make her a much sought-after Christian conference and motivational speaker throughout the Bay Area and abroad. Sis. Brice is committed to her family. She is happily married to the Rev. Larry W. Brice, Sr., Pastor of the Peoples Baptist Church. Together, they share two beautiful children: Miss Nicari Brendelle and Master Larry W. Brice, II. For these blessings, she quotes the psalmist: "This is the Lord's doing; it is marvelous in our eyes!"

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