Who is She
“I don’t want anyone to hurt like I did” is what drives Darlene J. Harris, as quoted by the L.A. Times. By the age of eighteen, Darlene had a secret. She had been raped twice. And He Restoreth My Soul was written as a result. Her experience includes speaking to teens on how to deal effectively with sexual-abuse issues. She is a speaker and designs workshops and retreats for women. She served as director of the Women Ministry at Community Bible Church and as Director of Cura Ministry at Double Rock Baptist Church. God gifted her with encouragement and compassion towards others. She is excited about the woman she is becoming and wants this same excitement for others who had a “secret” too early in life.
Darlene J. Harris is excited and grateful to be featured in ASSEMBLING PICES FALL2015_-12 Assembling THE Pieces 2015 Fall Edition. Assembling THE Pieces is a newsletter published by the University of Minnesota Institute on Domestic Violence in the African Community (IDVAAC). The featured article includes the message of healing and hopes discovered in the pages of And He Restoreth My Soul. It is exciting when others see the value in your work. Darlene expresses heartfelt gratitude to Dr. Oliver J. Williams, IDVAAC Director and Greg Huskisson, author/editor. Please click on the link above to read the newsletter.
Radio Interview with Christopher Neiswonger KKLA Los Angeles, CA
A Two-hour interview with Christopher Neiswonger on July 15, 2011, are marks of great successes for the short period of time that And He Restoreth My Soul has been on the market. You can hear the audio of the Interview under menu item KKLA Interview
“Rape victim writes book to help others“ Darlene J. Harris is interviewed by News Reporter Tiffany Clark appeared in the December 2017 issues of the Ohio County Rising Sun Recorder News and the Dearborn County Register.
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