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God’s Power and Provision for African American Woman
by Debra Berry

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As an African American woman, you may not realize that God did a marvelous thing when He ordained that you should live at this time in the history of the church and the world. You are highly favored, and now is the time to take back the reality of God’s favor on you, on us as African American women, on our families, and on our churches.

Writing from the passion of her heart, Debra Berry warmly shares the opportunity for restoration with her sisters in Christ. Be Restored is based on her study of Nehemiah, a servant who accepted God’s calling to bring restoration to Israel after they were released from captivity. Be Restored draws the similarities between plights of the children of Israel and the African American race at the start of the new millennium. As readers explore the faithful followers of God who achieved success in exile, readers will also come to identify with those who were physically free yet locked in prisons of hopelessness and despair. Through deductive questions, readers will begin their own journey toward restoration.

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Retail: $14.99
Digital: $9.99
EAN: 9781596693845
ISBN: 1596693843
Item #: N134125
Category: Bible Study
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Size: 6×9 Inches
Page Count: 176
Pack Qty: 36
Pub Date: August 2013

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About the Author

Debra Berry

A popular Bible teacher and speaker, Debra Berry is the NBCA Director of Publishing Administration for the Publishing Division of the Sunday School Publishing Board. Through speaking engagements, including the Sisters Who Care network of Woman’s Missionary Union, she has helped to launch a powerful sisterhood for African American women throughout the US. Berry, a retired Lieutenant Colonel, is the first African American woman to serve as a chaplain in the US National Guard.  A Masters of Divinity graduate, she is the International Program Chair of the Baptist World Alliance (BWA) 16th Youth World Conference, Singapore, 2013. A BWA Youth Executive Committee member, she also serves the BWA Commission on Human Rights Advocacy as a member.

 

 

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