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AIC-TV LIVE INTERVIEW AIRED OVER THE INTERNET ON TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 2012.

Be sure to tune in tonight for another new edition of NATIVE AMERICA MAGAZINE. Torrey Antone’s guest is Cree Native Sonia McLeod from Saskatchewan, Canada. She is the author of the inspiring autobiography, “Rise Up My Beloved”. Hear her inspiring story as she tells of a life of despair and hopelessness in her battle with alcohol, drugs, prostitution and a failed marriage until she met Christ and turned her life around! It is a powerful interview and one you will not want to miss!

OUR FIRST RADIO INTERVIEW

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LONDON FREE PRESS REVIEW:

Sonia Gwen Crane was addicted to alcohol and crack cocaine. She supported her habit through prostitution. Then she found out she had a baby on the way.

From that desperate situation to her present life filled with love and faith, Crane’s remarkable story is revealed in her new book, Rise Up My Beloved.

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WHAT ARE PEOPLE SAYING ABOUT RISE UP MY BELOVED?

“When we read this book, we saw the awesome works of God and how He can work with the surrendered Christian. Ministry to the drug addict, alcoholic, and others in similar situations can be discouraging at times. This book has encouraged our faith.”
–Reverend Larry & Diane Browning, MI, USA

“Through her many trials, Sonia has remained a model of courage, compassion and faithfulness. She encouraged and inspired my late husband and I in carrying on our ministry to native children through Camp Living Water, a summer Bible camp. Sonia is a true trophy of God’s grace! I could not put her book down.”
– Jean Stewart, Founder, Camp Living Water Ministries, AB, Canada

“WOW! This book speaks life. It will minister to you. Reading this book has opened my eyes and set me free. Upon finishing this book I made the best decision of my life by accepting Jesus Christ. I am in awe of what He is doing with me already. I am on fire for the Lord!”
– Cheryl Mooswa, SK, Canada

“If God can do this in Sonia’s life, He can do it in others. Pray for this book. It will touch many lives.” 
–Reverend Ernie & Shirley Linklater, Full Gospel Aboriginal Ministries, ON, Canada

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