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Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Immigrant Shares Spiritual Path in Memoir

Title: What I Gain Through His Pain
Author: Nicole Benoit-Roy
Genre: Autobiography
Buy the Book: goo.gl/dvfv7S

Reviewed by Patricia Renard Scholes originally for LoreKeepersPublishingServices
Do you ever feel like God isn't listening? Do you feel alone, discouraged, or abandoned? In this poignant self-reflection, Nicole Benoit-Roy shows how God is very active, no matter what we go through. 

Jesus gave his life so we could have a personal, fulfilling relationship with Him. Follow Benoit-Roy through her struggles to find where God was during each struggle, from an abusive work situation to the death of her brother, from separation from her husband through renewing their relationship, and much more. You are not alone.

Nicole is an amazing woman. She immigrated from Haiti, has overcome language and cultural conflicts, is highly educated, and is a woman fully devoted to God. Her book will inspire you.

Patricia Renard Scholes is the author of the Lorekeeper series.


Learn more about Nicole Benoit-Roy's new book at  http://nicoleroyministries.org/what-i-gain-through-his-pain. She is the award-winning author of Jesus Loves Everybody: Especially Me and you can lear more here:


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