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Publishers released I Love Him Lord,® but He’s Not a Christian: The Christian Woman’s Guide to Deliverance from Toxic
Relationships by Latasha G. Hines on July 29, 2006. Now, in it’s second printing, the revised
edition of I Love Him Lord,® but He’s Not a Christian,
was released July 16, 2007. The revised
edition features a foreword by Pastor
Wayne Lomax of The Fountain Ministries, a newly designed cover, and expanded text.
Publishers will expand the I Love Him Lord,® series to include I Love Him Lord,® but He’s Not a Christian Study Journal, I Love Him Lord,® but Teach Me to Love His Children, and I Love Him Lord ® but Teach Me to Respect Him.
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I Love Him Lord,® but He’s Not a Christian
by Latasha G. Hines
I Love Him Lord,® but He’s Not a Christian:
The Christian Woman’s Guide to Deliverance from Toxic Relationships is the unmarried Christian woman’s guide to
deliverance from relationships with men who do not share your faith in Jesus
Christ as Lord and Savior. Such relationships
are toxic. This book, premised on God’s
Holy Scriptures, encourages you to seek freedom from the toxic relationship you
may be in, forsake the toxic relationship you may be considering, or thwart the
plan of the devil to engage you in toxic relationships in the future.
Readers are armed with the Word of God, testimonies of the author, and other women, and prayerful applications to help
guide them toward deliverance from unequally yoked relationships with
nonbelievers or immature Christians. Readers are challenged with the question,
“How can he love you as Christ loves the church, if he does not know how Christ
loves the church.” This book offers encouragement and hope to single Christian