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Sandra Jean Charite

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Sandra Jean Charite is a South Florida native who started writing at a very early age. Through her words, she strives to reach the lost and the broken. Charite experienced God’s redeeming power first-hand, and she shows people how growing closer to their faith can restore them from even the most shattering of setbacks. Charite holds a Bachelor of Arts in Communications and a Master of Human Resource Management. She is a blogger, poet, and the author of Broken Crayons Still Color and her upcoming book, Picking Up My Pearls from the Altar. "Write the vision, and make it plain" ~ Habakkuk 2:2

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