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  • Paperback Edition
    • 978-1-5255-4929-8
    • 6.0 x 9.0 inches
    • Black & White interior
    • 102 pages
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    • 978-1-5255-4928-1
    • 6.0 x 9.0 inches
    • Black & White interior
    • 102 pages
  • Keywords
    • America,
    • Bible,
    • Christianity,
    • faith,
    • religion,
    • self-help,
    • social decline

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America at the Gates of Hell
How Can We Escape
by Diane Chamberlain

America at the Gates of Hell is about the need for transformation of the hearts and minds of Americans. Never before have we faced such stark historical contrasts of good and evil. We stand at the precipice! Will we choose life? Can we escape our fate? This book is full of truth! The author dares to explore apocalyptic writings to provide insight. She draws from her life experience to take the reader on a journey of loving change. Her style provides the tools to overcome the obstacles. There is a way to escape if the suggestions are taken. Take the journey from the Apocalypse in Chapter one through betrayal and loss, boundaries, control, and more. Finally the author leads the end to a place of hope for the reader after despair. Has America or the English speaking world waited too long to turn the corner? Each reader must answer for themselves what part, if any, to play.

"Riveting! I couldn't put it down! It was so full of truth!, This was a real good one! Anyone who can't read this doesn't want to face truth!" Hyla from Africa

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Diane Chamberlain is the maiden name of the author. She is a retired psychotherapist, retired adjunct University professor, director of many programs, business woman and now author. As a psychotherapist, she specialized in personality disorders, addiction, family, and trauma. She authored a Codependent Training Manuel copyrighted in 1991, Conduct Unbecoming, (Friesen Press, 2013), on Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and Sexual Trauma. Now, she presents the current work of non-fiction, America at the Gates of Hell. All works are non-fiction and she draws from her research and vast experience with families. Here you will find her familiar style of self-help combined with her sixty years of personal faith that propelled her through years of pain common to many. The truths, warmth, and compassion found throughout, reveal the authors style she shared throughout her career and life. She weaves her unique experience with her constant research and study. Her life has gained many accolades from those who know her. Here is another gift she would share with you the reader of truth and searcher for personal freedom.


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