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Latasha G. Hines
Latasha G. Hines is a writer, motivational speaker, teacher of Bible principles, lawyer and public servant.
Jewel Publishers released I Love Him Lord, But He's Not A Christian - The Christian Woman's Guide to Deliverance from Toxic Relationships by Latasha G. Hines, Esq. on July 29, 2006.
I Love Him Lord, But He’s Not A Christian is the single Christian woman’s guide to deliverance from relationships with men who do not share her faith in Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior. Such relationships are toxic.
This book, premised on God’s Holy Scriptures, encourages women to seek freedom from the toxic relation- ships they may be in, forsake the toxic relationships they may be considering, or thwart the devil's plan to engage them in toxic relationships in the future.
Many Christian women open their hearts to toxic relationships, creating voids that can only be filled through obedience to God’s Word. God the Father, God the Son Jesus Christ, and God the Holy Spirit will fill the missing pieces in their hearts as they journey toward the equally yoked relationships God ordained for them.
Latasha has shared the Biblical principles in her book at book club meetings, book signings, church and community events, as well as on radio. Embrace this message for yourself or share it with those you love. This book is a meaningful gift for daughters, sisters, aunts, friends, co-workers, and neighbors.
A native Miamian, Latasha G. Hines lives in South Florida with her husband, Travis, a real estate investor and sales agent. She has a stepdaughter, Teylor. Latasha is one of the leaders of Voices of Prayer and Praise, a home-based women’s Bible study group that began in 2000.
In 1994, Latasha earned a Bachelor of Science in Journalism and a Minor in Speech Communication from the University of Florida where she is a member of the Student Hall of Fame. She earned a Juris Doctor in 1997 from the University of Miami School of Law where she graduated cum laude. For six and a half years, she practiced commercial litigation in private law firms in Miami, Florida, representing large corporations in business disputes.
In 2004, Latasha left private practice to pursue her love of writing and public speaking on Bible principles. She continues to write and speak on Bible principles, operate her own legal practice (specializing in business and real estate consulting), and volunteer with civic and professional organizations.
Call Pyramid Books at (561) 731-4422 for your copy.