No Greater Love

No Greater Love

The Helen Baylor Story

Book - 2007
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Look at Helen Baylor today and you don't see the anguish of childhood molestation, the isolation resulting from teen-age pregnancy, the desperation of being strung out on drugs, the vulnerability of being homeless, the numbing fear of having witnessed a murder or the pain of being forced to sell her body. You're too caught up in the purity of her singing, the anointing on her voice. You hear the joy of a changed life.

As a gospel singer, Helen has few peers. There are many who are better known than she but few who can sing from such depth of conviction -- and with such passion. Her story is raw and compromised. She tells of becoming a teen-age singing sensation, of joining the cast of Hair, of hooking up with the Ike and Tina Turner Review, the Captain & Tennille, a Chaka Khan and Rufus. Then she tells of her friendship with cocaine and her promiscuity.

She tells of bright highs and dark lows. She tells of the underside of life and of her glorious deliverance through Jesus Christ. For Helen Baylor, there truly is no greater love.
Publisher: Carson, Calif. : Vision Pub., c2007.
ISBN: 9780976273004
Branch Call Number: B BAYLOR HELEN
Characteristics: xii, 136 p.: ill. ; 22 cm.


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