‘Our Little Pentecostal Girl’ By Wanda George

Being raised in a cult-like religion left its mark and a bad taste in my mouth. It took years of soul-searching to make peace with religion vs God. This is a story of survival and learning to thrive in my self-chosen belief system.

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