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Dr. Susan J. Wallace to Launch New Book at Robin Hood This Saturday!
By Anastasia Stubbs
Sep 8, 2011 - 5:14:57 PM

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Dr. Susan J. Wallace

Nassau, Bahamas - Renowned author, Dr. Susan J. Wallace will launch her new book, The Crucified One...His Name Is Jesus, this Saturday at 12 noon at Robin Hoods Mega Store on Tonique Williams Darling Highway. In attendance will be the former Governor General, Dame Ivy Dumont.

Dr. Wallace the author of 11 books including poetry, plays, short stories, and other Christian books: Counseling books, and books related to the end-times will hold a special book signing at Robin Hood. Her eleventh book: “The Crucified One... His Name Is Jesus” has just been published.

Dr. Wallace’s new book gives us an opportunity to study the role of Jesus from His first coming to earth as the Messiah, to His Second Coming as the Righteous Judge. This book is an appeal, therefore, to people everywhere to discover the real C rucified Christ, and to put Him in His rightful place in the Church and in the hearts of men, before He comes again. The book, “The Crucified One” opens the eyes of many to Jesus in His many roles: as the Son of God, as the Angel of Yahweh, as the God-Man, the Last Adam, but pivotal to all, Jesus, the Messiah, who came to redeem the lost.

Dr. Susan J. Wallace is a native of West End, Grand Bahama, but spent most of her earlier years in Nassau, Bahamas. God’s call led to the relocation of Dr. Wallace and her husband, Sydney to Grand Bahama in January, 1998. She founded Access Ministries International for Healing and Wholeness, and Access Bible College – a School of Ministry. The Ministry and College serve both nationally and internationally through teaching, training, counseling, healing and deliverance. Dr. Wallace’s apostolic gift pioneered a number of activities that prepared her to launch into ministry.

Dr. Wallace holds Bachelor’s of Education and Master’s of Education Degrees from the University of Miami, a Sp. of Arts Degree in Theology, and a Ph.D. in Counseling from Zoe University in Jacksonville, Florida. She has worked in a number of capacities including that of Vice President, Human Resources, & Director Coutts & Co., Banking & Trust, as well as S. G. Hambros.

Dr. Wallace is the recipient of 20 awards during the period of 1984 to date. She is recognized for her contributions to Nation Building, Writing, Culture, Music Ministry, Teaching, as a Living legend, as a Local Hero for the Wall of Fame in Grand Bahama, an award for Spiritual Development from the CEO Network, an International Group, and most recently, an award for Religion.

Dr. Wallace is married to Mr. Sydney Wallace for 58 years, and they have 5 adult children, 8 grand-children, and 2 great-grand children. Mr. Wallace, a retired Asst. Director of Civil Aviation, Bahamas, serves as Vice President of Access Ministries. International, and has always supported God’s call on their lives to ministry.


 


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