Patricia Raybon, a former Sunday Magazine editor at The Denver Post and professor of journalism at the University of Colorado, now writes full time, inspiring leaders and believers with her award-winning books on faith. Her upcoming book is a vulnerable conversation with her youngest daughter, Alana Raybon, on their interfaith struggle for peace. Entitled Undivided: A Muslim Daughter, Her Christian Mother, Their Path to Peace, the book releases April 2015 from Thomas Nelson and W Publishing Group. The book's prequel is I Told the Mountain to Move, Patricia's acclaimed memoir on prayer. Learn more at PatriciaRaybon.com
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