By Alicia Rivera,Karen Rogers,Lynn Hayden
Alicia Rivera recounts her existence as a dancer whose ardour stemmed from her determined wish to locate happiness.
Her life-transforming testimony tells of the way God sustained her via trials and published the reality approximately salvation. God attached Alicia’s ardour for dance to a useful existence via religion in God. enable this tale to assist attach you in your existence objective via religion in God.
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Dancing In Spirit And Truth by Alicia Rivera,Karen Rogers,Lynn Hayden