The Miracle Rose

Rose Marie Hackenberg


Barcode: 9780882708126

Release date: 05/01/2012

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This inspiring book contains the life story of Rose Marie Hackenberg, a native of Germany who now lives in the United States. As a beautiful young lady, Rose was lured into prostitution and alcoholism. After several years of this lucrative but very sordid lifestyle, she became involved with a cult that left her further confused and disappointed with life. She moved to the USA and while in Los Angeles she watched the The 700 Club and prayed the sinners prayer that was being led by Pat Robertson. Her life was transformed, and she was delivered from all the chanins that had held her bound for so long. She was also healed of all the conditions that resulted from her various addictions. Rose became a member of a Bible-believing church and was baptized in the Holy Spirit while watching Oral Roberts on TV. She became an avid witness for her Lord and saviour, Jesus Christ, and began to minister in churches and home meeetings. Many miracles have taken place under her ministry. This book offers encouragement to those who are struggling with addictions and it gives readers hope for freedom through Christ. It is endorsed by Pat Robertson, Freeda Bowers, Donna Douglas, and Myles Munroe.

About the Author
Rose Marie Hackenberg is a German native. She immigrated to the United States twenty-five years ago and is now an American citizen and lives in Dothan, Alabama. Rose Marie follows the Lord wherever He leads her and has ministered in several churches and venues.

Dr. Jerry Horner and Javetta Saunders assisted Rose Marie in the writing of this book.

Dr. Jerry Horner is the author of numerous books and articles and is a former professor and dean at such institutions as Oral Roberts University and Regent University.

Javetta Saunders is an accomplished writer, speaker, and musician. She collaborated with Dr. Horner on the writing of Another River to Cross , and several others. She also edited cook books for Dottie Rambo and Donna Douglas.


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