Be Restored (10th Anniversary Edition): God's Power for African American Women
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Be Restored! is an eight week Bible study based on the study of Nehemiah, a servant who accepted God's calling to bring restoration to Israel. Through application questions, readers will explore stark similarities between Israel and the African American community, faithful followers who achieved success in captivity, followers locked in prisons of hopelessness, and their own need for personal and spiritual restoration. Anniverary Edition.

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Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 160
Vendor: New Hope Publishers
Publication Date: 2013
Dimensions: 6.00 X 9.00 (inches)
ISBN: 1596693843
ISBN-13: 9781596693845

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Be Restored! is based on a study of Nehemiah, a servant who accepted God’s calling to bring restoration to Israel. Through application questions, readers will explore: stark similarities between Israel and the African American race; faithful followers who achieved success in captivity; followers locked in prisons of hopelessness; their own need for restoration.

Author Bio

A popular Bible teacher and speaker, Debra Berry, is the director of publishing administration for the Publishing Division of the Sunday School Publishing Board, National Baptist Convention, USA, Inc. Through speaking engagements, including the Sisters Who Care network of Woman’s Missionary Union, she helped launch a powerful sisterhood for African American women throughout the United States. Berry, a retired lieutenant colonel, is the first African American woman to serve as a chaplain in the US National Guard. A master of divinity graduate, she is the International Program Chair, 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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