I absolutely love Vanessa's unique writing style. She is one of a kind. --Mary Monroe, New York Times bestselling author"Full of crazy church politics and a huge cast, Griggs keeps this on-going story alive by addressing the challenges of living by Biblical rules with homespun humor." --Publishers WeeklyAs the son of a well-known minister, Clarence Walker knows his decision to leave his father's f...
Series: Blessed Trinity (Book 6)
Mass Market Paperback: 336 pages
Publisher: Kensington; Reprint edition (June 4, 2013)
Product Dimensions: 4.1 x 1 x 6.7 inches
Amazon Rank: 1006232
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Deception at its best...who is really serving the Father of the Light, or Father of Deception as quoted by Rev. Walker (page 65). Do people realize they could be serving the wrong Master themselves but instead they prefer to point the finger at someo...
in Pastor George Landris's mega-church ministry is controversial. But little does he suspect it will ignite a firestorm of revelations that will shake the heart of the congregation--and his very own family. . .From a long-buried secret that will bring the paternity of not one, but two women, to light, to a parishioner whose long awaited love match may be thwarted by an unexpected source, hidden truths are coming to the surface. But most shocking is that Clarence's own father, Reverend Marshall Walker, may not be the pious figure he claims to be. And since evidence of his transgressions lies in the hands of his arch nemesis, it's only a matter of time before Reverend Walker's life--and his church--falls like a house of cards.Praise For Vanessa Davis Griggs"A beautiful, hip, and spiritual retelling of one of the most memorable and redemptive stories in the Bible." --Freshfiction.com on Redeeming Waters"A smart novel that addresses an issue that many in the church shy away from--divorce--with frank realism." --Library Journal on Practicing What You Preach