Ayiti

Ayiti In the first half of this epic Christian romance novel Dr Ayiti Jean Pierre is determined to travel back to the homeland that is her namesake Ayiti or Haiti as it is known in English When she was se

  • Title: Ayiti
  • Author: Vacirca Vaughn
  • ISBN: 9781476061016
  • Page: 433
  • Format: ebook
  • In the first half of this epic Christian romance novel, Dr Ayiti Jean Pierre is determined to travel back to the homeland that is her namesake,Ayiti or Haiti, as it is known in English When she was seven years old, Ayiti and her family were forced to flee the beautiful island to escape the political turmoil and poverty that was beginning to bring misery to the HaitianIn the first half of this epic Christian romance novel, Dr Ayiti Jean Pierre is determined to travel back to the homeland that is her namesake,Ayiti or Haiti, as it is known in English When she was seven years old, Ayiti and her family were forced to flee the beautiful island to escape the political turmoil and poverty that was beginning to bring misery to the Haitian people Once her family moved to New York, Ayiti never quite got over the feeling of being displaced She never quite felt at home With a deep longing to return to her homeland, Ayiti throws herself into her studies and becomes a successful doctor Ayiti knows she has a God given call on her life to return and help She moves back to Haiti to provide volunteer medical services with a Christian Medical Missionary Group She knows she is responding to a call God has placed on her life What she doesn t know is that God has so much in store for her.After arriving in Haiti, Ayiti meets an English missionary, Pastor Jude Patterson Pastor Jude Patterson has been living in Haiti his entire life His British family gave their lives to minister to, and assist, the Haitian people Their ministry is focused on helping the Haitian people overcome their practices of voodoo and witchcraft in order to come to the saving knowledge of Jesus Christ.When Ayiti arrives, Pastor Jude falls in love with her Immediately, he pursues her, but Ayiti cannot get over the fact that he is white, seven years younger, and of a completely different cultural background She also despises the fact that Pastor Jude seems to be attacking the very cultural beliefs that she prides herself in Ayiti is determined to do what she came to Haiti to do save her people Pastor Jude, however, will stop at nothing to capture her heart More importantly, Pastor Jude wants to help Ayiti let go of her misconceptions, and come to know the truth about her beliefs about voodoo culture, and the truth about salvation through Jesus Christ.Battling issues regarding race, spiritual beliefs, and age differences, the relationship between Ayiti and Jude is tested to the limits Will Ayiti put aside her preconceptions and bitterness to give Jude a chance Will she come to learn the truth about her spiritual beliefs and accept Jesus Will Jude win Ayiti s heart This is an epic Christian romance novel provided in two parts This has Chapters 1 28 The Next Book is entitled AYITI CONTINUED picks up from Chapters 25 52 It is a tale of the journey one woman faces as she travels back to her homeland and faces the demons of the culture she s honored for her entire life It is a love story between two people who couldn t be different from one another, but are brought together for a purpose by God It is also the story of how God s purpose can transcend culture, race, age and obstacles of every kind.

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    1. I shed my tears several times while reading this book. I enjoyed the romance between Ayiti and Jude but never expected myself to be encouraged spiritually. The relationship Ayiti had with God before she got saved describes mine personally. It's like a mirror of my own. The author is truly gifted by writing such empowering and encouraging books. I feel blessed. Thank you, Ms. Vacirca Vaughn. God bless.

    2. This was the best book I have read in a long time. Not at all what I expected which made it so much better!

    3. This book was so insightful and inspiring!!!! The sermons was preached in this book was eye opening and heart felt. It is food for thought! I love the truth even though it is painful at times.

    4. Wow! I don't know why I wanted to cry after reading this, but I do. This book is so good and powerful, so now I must read Ayiti Continues and hope Jude and Ayiti have happy ending.

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