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Vessels of Honor
Virginia Myers
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A son's battle with illness . . . a father's compassion . . . a congregation divided. Issues facing the modern church, such as how to deal compassionately with the AIDS epidemic and homelessness, serve as the backdrop in this compelling story of God's will for Christian service today.
Paperback, 244 pages
Published January 1st 1995 by Thomas Nelson Publishers
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Virginia Myers has been writing since childhood — historical and contemporary novels for the general market and faith-based novels specifically for her Christian readers. She has also taught the craft of novel writing in several colleges, and has had the satisfaction of seeing a number of her students go on to become published. Some of them have now written more books than she has.

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