New Guide Looks to Help Readers Keep Dreams Alive by Channeling Inner Child

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Author Andrew Robert demonstrates how to identify one’s potential and fulfill divine purpose

(Oct. 16, 2017) – When adversity strikes, many individuals become hopeless and give up on their aspirations. Andrew Robert believes that these moments of struggles present an opportunity to utilize God’s wisdom in love and release your gifts. Robert inspires audiences to push past obstacles to manifest their God-given talents and attributes in “Don’t Kill This Child.”

“Don’t Kill this Child” encourages readers to embrace their God-given gifts, talents and purpose or what he simply refers to as their “inner child.” For a triumphant living, Robert emphasizes the need to see the light in every imposing darkness and victory in every adversity. Robert employs biblically-tested principles to showcase how God has already equipped each of us with the tools needed to navigate life.

“No one is exempt from challenges, but struggles can be overcome and become our strength if we adhere to God’s principles,” Robert said. “Don’t Kill This Child equips readers with skills that will transform them into conquerors.”

“Don’t Kill this Child” features a message of hope and reassurance that God will guide each of us on our divine path. For more information about the author or the book, visit

“Don’t Kill This Child”
By Andrew Robert
ISBN: 9781504919661
Available at Barnes and Noble and AuthorHouse

About the author
Andrew Robert is a Nigerian Pastor and preacher serving in Cambodia. He has a divine commission to affect lives through his teachings. He is the author of “His Beauty for My Ashes” - an in-depth book that has resulted in outstanding testimonies from readers around the world. He is also the author of “Gain from my Garbage.”

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