Don't Die a Caterpillar: The Power of Transformation
Tate Publishing, 2007 - 125 pages
Don't Die a Caterpillar: The Power of Transformation challenges the status quo when it comes to change. It is time for us to begin to profess transformation everywhere we have spoken change. With change, deliverance is temporary, but with transformation it is eternal.
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