Victoria (Vicki) Harr is a wife, mother, grandmother and public speaker who has taught the Bible for over 35 years. She is also the author of three books: Spiritual Gifts, A Grandmother’s Legacy to Her Grandchildren, A Grandmother’s Life, as Told to Her Grandchild and Single Mom??? What Now???. She served on staff for five years with Shiloh Youth Revival Centers, Inc., and also served a year with each of the following ministries: Franky Schaeffer V (“Whatever Happened to the Human Race?”), World Wide Pictures (“Joni”), and the Salvation Army.
Since 1991, she has been a member of New Hope Church in San Diego, California, creating and teaching her own curriculum to various adult classes, with a primary focus on her passion, spiritual gifts. Having left a career of 48+ years as a legal secretary, she currently serves on staff in an administrative and teaching capacity for BLAST, which is a character-driven extended school-day program emphasizing “building leaders by building character,” that operates in partnership with New Hope Church. She and her husband reside in San Diego, California, and are active members of New Hope Church.
Where to find Victoria Harr online
Where to buy in print
Single Mom??? What Now???
by Victoria Harr
Approx. 50,280 words.
Published on April 8, 2013.
This book tackles not just surviving, but overcoming the challenges of being a single mother in both practical and spiritual ways. You will discover how God uniquely views single mothers and how His Word addresses her special situation. Times and cultures change, but the Bible and its answers do not. This book primarily focuses on the single mother’s circumstances and how to triumph over them.
Spiritual Gifts, A Grandmother's Legacy to Her Grandchildren
by Victoria Harr
Approx. 40,520 words.
Published on November 12, 2012.
This book seeks to eliminate the misunderstandings between natural talents/ learned abilities, one’s natural temperament/ personality, and the fruit of the Holy Spirit vs. the gifts of the Holy Spirit. Woven within each teaching about the gifts, the author shares her very practical, yet supernatural, experiences in a vulnerable way with the desire that the reader will also yearn for these gifts.
Victoria Harr’s tag cloud