Item description for Sojourner Truth: Liberated in Christ (Heroes of the Faith) by W. Terry Whalin...
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Studio: Barbour Publishing, Incorporated
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 6.61" Width: 4.17" Height: 0.63" Weight: 0.26 lbs.
Release Date Jun 30, 2005
Publisher Barbour Publishing Company
ISBN 1593106297 ISBN13 9781593106294
Availability 0 units.
More About W. Terry Whalin
W. Terry Whalin is an acquisitions editor at Morgan James Publishing. A former literary agent, Terry has published in over 50 magazines and written more than 60 books through traditional publishers. Several of Terry s books have sold over 100,000 copies. He is the creator of www.Right-Writing.com and www.TheWritingLife.ws. A popular speaker at conferences, Terry and his wife, Christine, live in Irvine, California. "
W. Terry Whalin currently resides in Colorado Springs, in the state of Colorado.
Reviews - What do customers think about Sojourner Truth: Liberated in Christ (Heroes of the Faith)?
Former Slave, activist and Rosa Parks prototype. Jun 8, 2007
A 2007 Summer Reading List - mini review.
I had placed a book about Sojourner Truth (not this one) on my daughter's summer reading list. Sunday I passed by our Church's book cart/library and was perusing the biography section when I came across this book. Now, I knew nothing about Ms. Truth when I placed it on the reading list and thought it would not be a bad idea to acquaint myself with her life. I am so very glad I did.
Sojourner Truth's life gave her every right to be bitter. However, the love of Christ motivated her to have compassion, rather than bitterness, and still be a firey opponent to slavery. My favorite part of the book is the stories of her assertion of her rights to ride the street cars in Washinton D.C.