People Like Us Paperback
Life with Rob Lacey
by Sandra Harnisch-Lacey; Steve Stickley;
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People Like Us
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People Like Us is the story of Rob Lacey by Sandra Harnisch-Lacey and Steve Stickley. Rob Lacey was an inspiration to many and was a poet and an award winning author of the The Street Bible. In 2006, tragical Rob Lacey passed away from Cancer but his memory still lives on.
People Like Us is written by Rob Laceys wife Sandra who writes a beautiful story about herself and Rob who where true soul mates and shared a great life together.
People Like Us by Sandra Harnisch-Lacey; Steve Stickley was published by Zondervan in February 2011 and is our 17229th best seller. The ISBN for People Like Us is 9780310319047.
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People Like UsJohnny Douglas, via The Good Book Stall
A truthful, tender and yet incomplete memoir. Piece-meal and patchy though it may be, a greater and more robust editorial working would have added greatly to the genius, grace and grit of a dearly missed follower of Jesus. There is a compelling beat of joy, passion, embarrassment, hope, fear, and sadness, movingly communicated in these pages.
Some seasons in the life and love of a dear man in his widespread influence are detailed for our understanding. Truly this is much more than a biography as the contours of performance, relationship, pain and all the possibilities in between are painted poignantly! The interplay of bedside story, scope of influence and service, diary excerpts, self-penned poetry, prayer emails and quotations makes for a compelling mix. Passionate, poetic and inspirational!
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|Page last updated||2nd September 2016|
|Author / Artist||Sandra Harnisch-Lacey; Steve Stickley|
|Publisher||Zondervan (February 2011)|
|Number of Pages||272|