The Mirror Image
S. Darlene Smith


5.25 x 8 - 160 Pages

-We were created in the image of God but what does that look like? 
- How do we reflect God to others?
- How does my spiritual upbringing affect the way I walk with God?
- Does the way I perceive my identity represent a true picture of Him?
It is the intention of this book to examine our foundation and the way we mirror who God is to the world.

“Darlene and I have been friends since 1982. Her teachings, from firsthand experience, are a much needed message to the Body of Christ, especially in a day where so many are nominal in their walk with the Lord. We have been stumbling “all over ourselves.” If understanding of our fallen human nature that is inclined to self-effort and self-will, [mostly in our attempts to serve God] has always baffled you, this book is the key to unlock its mysteries along with drawing you into intimacy with Christ and imparting a greater knowledge of the ways of God. Our response to the Kingdom of God is vital in this hour.”
Danyele Bloom,
National President of Aglow International Canada

S. Darlene Smith helped found a church in North Western Ontario and has helped pastor it for twelve years.  Presently she is working apostolically in her region and is the Director for Aglow in Manitoba and North Western Ontario.  She is married to Gary and they have a son and grandson. 
Darlene can have an audience in gales of laughter listening to her funny stories as she teaches.  She creates an atmosphere around her, a safe place that lets others be real too.  Within the pages of Darlene's book you will undoubtedly find a secure place where you can listen for and hear the voice of God.

This title is also available as an e-book from the following retailers: Apple’s iBookstore (available only on the Apple iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch), The Kindle Store and the KOBO Bookstore.

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  • ISBN: 978-1-55452-644-4
  • EBN: 854
  • 10 Units in Stock
  • Published By: Essence Publishing

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This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 26 January, 2011.

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