Everybody in the church ain't saved
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|Grouping Title||everybody in the church ain t saved|
|Grouping Author||trafton patti|
|Last Grouping Update||2019-09-20 22:44:47PM|
|Last Indexed||2019-09-20 23:40:02PM|
|detailed_location_catalog||Main Library - Adult Fiction|
Meet the members of the Love, Joy, Peace and Deliverance Community Choir, a group of young adults joined together through their passion for singing the Lord's praises—although their hearts are far from the things of God.
Patrice Russell was raised in the church, but she is hell bent on living like the devil, not even trying to get help for the sex addiction she knows she has.
Lorene McCall has been Patrice's best friend since childhood. When she's not singing, Lorene is cussin' like a sailor. Then she meets the man who inspires her to turn her life around.
When an enemy from his past shows up to settle a score, Glen Pearson is out to win by any means necessary, even if it means violating the woman he loves.
Dwayne Mitchell is battling with his sexual identity. When his mother makes a startling confession on her deathbed, Dwayne promises to stop allowing men to use his body. How long will he be able to hold to that promise?
They may be faithful churchgoers, but this group proves that everybody in the church ain't saved!
|owning_library_catalog||Nashville Public Library|
African American churches -- Fiction
African American gospel singers -- Fiction
Choirs (Music) -- Fiction
Church membership -- Fiction
|title_display||Everybody in the church ain't saved|
Everybody In the Church Ain't Saved
Everybody in the church ain't saved / by Patti Trafton
|title_short||Everybody in the church ain't saved|
African American Fiction
African American churches
African American gospel singers