God's Unstoppable Favor provides two books for the price of one. Book one describes the fear, humiliation, and abuse Grace suffered as the first black student to desegregate a rural Louisiana school district in 1965, homelessness on the far south side of Chicago, cancer while pregnant with twins, and more. A motivating personal phone conversation with Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. ignited in her a renewed determination to fight for civil rights and liberty. Book two, Embraced by God's Grace, reflects on the miracles that enfolded past trials of her journey when she was broken, bruised, and burdened with pain and disappointment. Reflecting on God's previous interventions in her life, she shares seven transformative meditations that helped her on her journey. Readers are reassured that when obstacles, hardships, and illnesses befall them; that they, too, are protected by God's power, embraced by His passion, and surrounded by His presence. It ends with an invitation to initial, date, and sign forms that signify personal commitment to trust in God's unstoppable favor.
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Grace Sibley is a well-known Bible teacher, educational supervisor, and Christian educator. The author of Parables for People with a Purpose, she received her B.A. degree from Bishop College in Dallas, Texas, and her master's degree in education from Boston University, where she acquired 48 doctoral credits. 'Amazing' Grace, a National Board Certified Teacher, currently serves as Title I Supervisor and Homeless Liaison in the same school district she desegregated in Louisiana.
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