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Michelle Smith was born and raised in England during the 1970s and is one of five siblings. Her parents divorced when she was twelve years of age and her mother was left to raise her and her siblings. At an early age Michelle, along with her siblings, were introduced to a wealth of literature by her mother and were encouraged to read books. Her mother created a mini library in the family home, which would later on have an impact on Michelle's' ability to adapt to various forms of creative writing. Driven by her mother's passion of literature, she began to write storybooks for her younger siblings and wrote her first poem by the tender age of seven. Her passion for poetry increased as she viewed the changing world and those around her.
This is Michelle's story. It speaks of death and life, nature and choice, rebellion and salvation. From her childhood filled with abandon and abuse, Michelle identified with and desired the love of women. Her needs and desires led her to illegal drugs, imprisonment, and a sexual life littered with ex-girlfriends and an unfulfilled need for love. Despite acknowledging her need for God, Michelle continued to backslide into drug trafficking and lesbianism. Finally, after being convicted and confronted with the fruit of her sins and wrong thinking, Michelle capitulated-giving all to her Savior.
Michelle's unwavering, childlike dependence upon her heavenly Father will inspire readers to confidently trust the God of the impossible in every area of life. Readers will find their faith strengthened and their prayer life enriched From Lesbianism to Grace: The Power of Change.