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The Greatest Heritage & Legacy of All Time
by Mary a. McMillon-Hill




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Within everyone's life story are examples of God's glory and God's favor. For author Mary McMillon-Hill, her life story is one that demonstrates God's glory through surviving trials and tribulations. Her new autobiography, The Greatest Heritage & Legacy of All Time, delves into stories of her life where she witnessed encounters with God that established a stronger walk with God and awareness of His love for her. Born in Chicago into a big family, Mary had countless childhood memories of time with her siblings, but also remembers times of interventions by God that prevented harm to her. The Lord continued to emerge in her life as she survived her house burning down, worked in social work and nursing careers, married and started a family, and endured workplace discrimination and racism as an African-American career woman. However, through it all, she learned it was part of sharing God's legacy with others.

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Within everyone's life story are examples of God's glory and God's favor. For author Mary McMillon-Hill, her life story is one that demonstrates God's glory through surviving trials and tribulations. Her new autobiography, The Greatest Heritage & Legacy of All Time, delves into stories of her life where she witnessed encounters with God that established a stronger walk with God and awareness of His love for her. Born in Chicago into a big family, Mary had countless childhood memories of time with her siblings, but also remembers times of interventions by God that prevented harm to her. The Lord continued to emerge in her life as she survived her house burning down, worked in social work and nursing careers, married and started a family, and endured workplace discrimination and racism as an African-American career woman. However, through it all, she learned it was part of sharing God's legacy with others.


 

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  • ISBN-13: 9781545663356
  • ISBN-10: 1545663351
  • Publisher: Xulon Press
  • Publish Date: February 2019
  • Page Count: 124
  • Dimensions: 9.21 x 6.14 x 0.26 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.41 pounds


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