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Inspired by a prophetic dream in which Candace Long (a white woman) heard the plea of a black woman (named Aleeyah) asking help in negotiating a contract for the custody of her children. The dream captured the author's heart and propelled her into years of research. She discovered the important calling for people of color in the Last Days, why Blacks and Jews have uniquely suffered and the mysterious parallel between them. The book features the essence of generational healing and how to release the Abrahamic blessings in a family line.
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About the Author
Candace L. Long is the founder of Georgia-based Creativity Training Institute and a 40-year arts veteran: Writer, Composer, Producer, Arts Leader and Marketplace Minister. Known as a biblical commentator on inspired creativity, Candace has dedicated her career to helping others understand their callings, unlock their unique gifts and talents, and minister healing and deliverance. She served as President of the National League of American Pen Women, the nation's oldest organization for creative women and currently serves on the Advisory Board of Kingdom Congressional International Alliance. A cultural reformer since 1970 with a heart for racial reconciliation, Candace's work often shifts mindsets and creates new paradigms. She works as a consultant and provides motivational webinars online.