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In search of a father by Terrence Wilson
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In search of a father

by Terrence Wilson

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This book is for every boy and man. For those who grew up with their fathers, it will enhance their appreciation of their father's love. For those whose relationship with their father was less than what they desired, it will foster a desire to continue to work on that relationship. For those who grew up without a father or never even knew their father, it will introduce them to a Father who will never leave them nor forsake them. Terence Wilson writes with compassion and a depth of understanding that comes from his own struggles to become a man in spite of the absence of his father. Those who are suffering from the lack of a father in their lives will find inner healing, hope, and assurance in the teachings and testimony of this book.

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