The Right Place

Dengo, Brenda
June 2007
Guideposts;Jun2007, Vol. 62 Issue 4, p90
The article deals with the author's experience of returning to church. The author claims that running a business and taking care of her family left her no time for herself and for God. When she decided that she wants to go to a church, she remembered her neighbor, and elderly lady who always talk about the church Village Baptist. At the church, she met a man who says that her neighbor was the reason he was at the church.


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