The Invisible White Man
  • Author : Marsha McCormick
  • Release Date : 11 October 2020
  • Publisher : Balboa Press
  • Genre : Fiction
  • Pages : 98
  • ISBN 13 : 9781982256548

The Invisible White Man Book Summary

For The Invisible White Man, Marilyn Davis created a fictional character called Marsha McCormick. From the time Marsha was very young, she was told that the White Man was responsible for most of the problems plaguing her race. A child of divorced parents, Marsha grew up in an underprivileged neighborhood and consequently acquired many self-destructive habits. Thankfully, she finally checked into rehab and was forced to face some truths about her false perceptions of herself and society. Her life improved even more when she started reading the Bible. She found out that this isn’t a Black-and-White world, it’s God’s world. In this book, Marilyn Davis presents many wonderful lessons on having a loving and productive life. Did you hate the way some people are so unproductive and unloving? Well read a story of Marsha McCormick who grew up in a under privileged neighbor hood and stayed confused about life because of the love that was in her heart. In spite of here challenges her heart lead her to try to do everything her power to do things right for the love of people.

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Author : Marsha McCormick
Publisher : Balboa Press
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