I Play the Notes, But He Makes the Music Paperback
by Geri Hudson Morgan;
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I Play the Notes, But He Makes the Music
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All her life Geri Hudson Morgan has been an exceptionally interesting and energetic person who loves people. Her adventures in life have included being honored at The Great Hall of the People for her work in China, and praying with a witch doctor in the depths of Africa.
An active teenager growing up in Dallas, Geri was voted class favorite, played competition tennis, and appeared on several local TV shows. As a pianist, she won talent contests in the Dallas Metroplex and was a regular guest artist at the State Fair of Texas. At eighteen, she began a successful career as a professional organist, playing for Dallas restaurants. She served as a full-time organist at the International Christian Center for seventeen years, and was co-hostess of a daily TV show.
You will never meet another person like Geri, so diverse in her interests and yet so focused on the call of Jesus on her life. She is a master storyteller and this book is filled with amusing and inspiring accounts of how God has led her life. You will be fascinated as her stories unfold in the pages of I Play the Notes, But He Makes the Music.
I Play the Notes, But He Makes the Music by Geri Hudson Morgan was published by WestBow Press in October 2013. The ISBN for I Play the Notes, But He Makes the Music is 9781490808796.
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|Page last updated||9th June 2017|
|Author / Artist||Geri Hudson Morgan|
|Book Format||Paperback / softback|
|Publisher||WestBow Press (October 2013)|
|Number of Pages||354|