Conversion From Tradition and Mormonism to Pentecostal
Melva G. Iron


5.25 x 8 - 192 Pages

This book describes the experience of a Native American life lived in two distinctly different worlds: one, an alcoholic home shared with biological parents and two, a non-Native foster home. Read as the woman living this experience is finally enlightened by spiritual encounters with the Great Creator, God, and how that eventually led to her conversion to an entirely new faith. This book shows the paths that the author took and how God revealed Himself to her in times of loneliness, sorrow and confusion. Miraculously, God came to this woman’s rescue and she wants to show you how He can do the same for you.

Author Melva Iron is currently employed as Program Director for the Apsaalooke Social and Family Services, Health and Human Services for the Crow Tribe. Married for forty years, Melva has four children, seven grandsons and one granddaughter. She also operates a cattle and horse ranch at Warman Creek near Fort Smith, Montana.

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  • ISBN: 978-1-55452-675-8
  • EBN: 98
  • 16 Units in Stock
  • Published By: Guardian Books

This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 03 November, 2011.

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