Tina Webb

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Born in the Midwest, I was a child of the 1970s. Donna Summer was my favorite singer and I remember when Debby Boone sang "You Light Up My Life" at the Grammy Awards in 1978. The downturn of the steel industry took my family to upstate New York when I was twelve. There, I learned the techniques of how to properly shovel a driveway, how to drive in a blizzard, and how real Buffalo Chicken Wings taste. I grew into a pretty good violist and tried my hand at writing teenage love songs on the piano. I spent hours upon hours upon hours doing what I loved most: reading.

I moved to Virginia to attend college, to meet my husband, Doug, and to begin my family. I'm blessed to be the mother of six wonderful children.

I guess I'm no longer a Northerner (yikes!) and I confess that I now call pop, soda. Marriage and motherhood are integral to being the person I have become. I'm growing to love to play golf with my husband. I love being a sports mom. I absolutely love to cook and I'm a budding gardener as of this summer. Music is still like the air I breathe and forever will be. It's in my genes. So as I summarize for you who I am...I'll conclude with this. My identity is not in who I am, but Whose I am and because of Him, who I have become.

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"I Was Framed!" Signed, God
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Price: $1.49 USD. Words: 13,460. Language: English. Published: December 4, 2013 by Tina Webb. Category: Nonfiction » Religion and Spirituality » Biblical Studies / Bible Study Guides
Many Christians will say that “God is good all the time”. In the same breath they will say that God is the One who causes many tragedies. Doug Webb takes a look at these allegations to see if they are accurate. He gives alternative reasons for why tragedies and hardships occur.

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Abba's Lament
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Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 38,670. Language: English. Published: April 30, 2014. Category: Fiction » Christian » General
Six angelic beings govern Earth.The day they become enemies is forever etched in their memories. It is Helel's fault. Not even Abba, the Creator, conceives that Helel could become enchanted by an impossible notion: to be deity. Emboldened by beautiful Atara, Helel morphs from a faithful friend to a cunning foe.

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