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God's Love Is Not Denied tells the story of Harlan and Waylon Hartanbrig's turmoiled marriage that lacks the love of Jesus Christ. Harlan discovers the love of Jesus Christ through her journey, as she prepares to vacate this loveless marriage of abuse, neglect, rejection, and manipulation. Harlan prays and begins to seek the Lord "the difference" in life and love. Through hills and valleys, she faces various versions of what she thought was truth, love, and acceptance, only to discover it was merely manipulation, abuse, and rejection. Those encounters spark her quest to accepting Christ and understanding just what His life meant for hers. Making amends to right the wrongs of her past she begins her Christ walk of faith.
AUTHOR CEO Mississippi native, Hillary Hardin, shares a life of love, forgiveness, and peace in a journey of understanding and acceptance of God's love through literature and music. Hardin has written a four book series, along with written songs and music to help readers venture into the journey of her life. Hillary Hardin began writing literature at the age of 7 years old and music at the age of 10. Hardin a divorced mother of three amazing teenagers, Hannah Katherine, Meghan and Reaghan. Hardin grew up in Mississippi, but later in adult life relocated to various areas in her journey. Hardin is the CEO and Founder of The Whose Heart Mourns Me Foundation, a for-profit organization that mentors children, teens, young adults, and elderly how to cope with traumatic experiences through the arts of music and literature. Hardin also founded, designed, and launched her own health and wellness shoe line, HARE; to promote health and wellness in the community. Hardin, acknowledges her accomplishments in life, by attributing them to her struggles, as they have led to defined understanding and have led to defined understanding and resolution of how to overcome with resistance to temptation. " You have to find a place in your heart to be more self aware of what is important and why. Love people and forgive each second of the day. Your choices are not about people, but what you leave behind. No matter how human you are, there is a peace and pure love you have by God's design." Hardin's greatest joy in life was being reared by her belated grandmother Eddie Mae Rutherford and her loving children.