By Sundi Jo Graham
Sundi Jo understands this discomfort. She journaled her means during the early life wounds that left her with a fort round her middle and her existence at the fringe of break.
With every one access, you could pay attention God's pursuit of her. flip the pages and end up nodding in contract along with her questions, her worry, ""Am I attractive? Am I lovely? Is whatever fallacious with me?""
Dear Dad, were you aware i used to be a Princess? is a memoir of gritty redemption written in like to the dad who overlooked the opportunity to truly see his daughter.
Don't leave out this remarkable eyewitness account of God as Father to the fatherless. See His strength to beat what may differently damage a tender and blameless center, even your heart.
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