Certified - David Harris

Certified is the pacey, true life account of David Harris; how he went from typical Aussie kid to mentally deranged criminal, then experiences a most surprising transformation. This gripping story takes the reader through David’s experiences of police chases, near-death encounters, serial burglaries, drug dependence and spirit guides. When David is incarcerated in the notorious J-Ward Ararat, reserved for those law-breakers medically certified as criminally insane, it seems suicide is the only way out. Astonishingly, David avoids death and finds sanity and true life through a love that reached down and rescued him. His story will help people see the spiritual battle they are in and provide hope that anybody can overcome the challenges they face.

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'I knew what needed to be done. The stolen ute had to be left clean. There could be nofingerprints left on anything, so I yanked the black top off my back as the only rag I couldsee to use for the wipe down. Doors, seat, dash, windows, all needed to be free of evidencethat could be traced back to either one of us. The pursuing cop car was now right on our tail.Grabbing at anything, I started throwing objects as weapons at the pursuers.'

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Broken Waters - Helen Harris

Broken Waters is Helen Harris’ engaging story of her journey through the disappointment of loss, to the freedom of living a supernaturally empowered life of hope and love.
Discover the strength gained through a personal connection with a God whose love is greater than the pain of life.
You are more precious to Jesus than you could ever imagine and God’s goodness is better than you currently comprehend it to be.

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'We were driving along one of the most beautiful roads in Australia. We stopped at a secluded beach to enjoy our lunch and the waves. The glorious conditions spurred me into the breakers with Dave. I could taste the salt spray as I negotiated my pregnant belly through the roaring waves, acutely aware that this wave dancing was a precious ocean moment with my unborn child. David loves the ocean and he bounded into the waves headfirst. I took the slower approach, which was still overflowing with freedom and fun on the isolated beach. I knew that even from within the womb a child can see and hear through his own muffled waters. We can never know what he experienced in that surf, but my connection with him was undeniably real. David and I loved the fact that we were able to take our son for his first ocean experience… To be now told that he would most likely die before he started to live was a crushing reality.'

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