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Success Over Shame by Bob Harrington

Success Over Shame

by Bob Harrington

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A prodigal son returns to the Father's care and grace overcomes shame. Bob Harrington, the Chaplain of Bourbon Street, with Dr. Dick Newman, captures Bob's story of success over the shame of falling into the pigpen of worldliness. This is a true story of a colorful, and one of the most effective evangelists of our generation. Bob fell for the glitter of fortune and fame—and, eventually, found his true treasure in Jesus Christ. He experienced the overcoming power of the Father's love to restore and set one free from shame! Bob's story will help many of us who have fallen short of His Glory to accept His grace and another chance for forgiveness. Forward by Dr. Jerry Falwell

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