By (author): Kimberly Cash Tate
Book Size: 5.5 x 8.5
Book Type: BC
Page Count: 368
Publisher: Harrison House Publishers
ISBN: 9781577948575
Case Count: 40
Availability: In stock
Price: $13.99

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When Treva Langston loses her high-powered job and moves back to her home town, only God can help her start a new life in an all too familiar place!

Walk Worthy Press books remind us that in every area of our lives He truly cares for us.
T.D. Jakes

Walk Worthy Press introduces another compelling African American fiction novel following a long line of successful books including What a Sista Should Do by Tiffany Warren, Forgivin Ain't Forgettin' by Mata Elliot, and Church Folk by Michele Andrea Bowen.

Heavenly Places takes Treva Langston to her home town full of memories of heartache and uncertainty about what makes her worthy. To her husband, she is blind to the blessings of their young family; to her mother, her awkward homecoming is just another reason why she'll never be a success. Unable to shake her fears, Treva feels nothing can save her...

Treva's sister understands the trials that come with self-doubt. So with the help of her women's prayer group, she invites Treva to ask God for what she can't do alone. Despite herself, Treva rediscovers the gifts and the people she never took time to value. She finds that the promised Heavenly Places she's always looked for have been in front of her all along.

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Review by: J., Pittsburg, PA - October 2, 2008
Heavenly Places

Dear Ms. Tate: I just finished reading Heavenly Places . It is by far the best Christian novel I have ever read. The protagonist is a real person: ambitious, proud and selfish. Her character created true suspense about how the plot would resolve. I really identified with her. I am completely sick of sweet, perfect heroines in every Christian story. Your use of Scripture was also good. I liked the long quotations which were later woven back into thoughts or dialog. Please keep writing! Thank you for this terrific book.