But in a Great House

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But in a Great House

Created on: Nov-11-2012   Published on: Nov-11-2012

 

11" x 8.5" - Case w/Laminate - Hardcover - Color - Photo Book
Theme: Family    Sales Term: Everyone
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This is book is written to honor the ministry that I am a part of, The Door of Hope Christian Church. I thought about the various people and auxiliaries that make up this great house. The title comes as a part of a scripture from the King James Holy Bible 2 Timothy 2:20 "But in a great house there are not only vessels of gold and of silver, but also of wood and of earth; and some to honour, and some to dishonour."

 
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On June 24, 1979, De’Angela Haynes was born to unwed, teenage parents – the late Bertha Mae Haynes (nicknamed “Pig”) of Marion, S.C. and Oliver Taylor of Columbia, S.C.

By the age of 19, her mother had already miscarried twins and given birth to Haynes’ older sister, Donna. She would later give birth to another daughter. “Pig’s” father, who was raising her, died when she was only four years old. He was a corporal in the U.S. Army. Her mother, Martha Evans-Haynes, died when she was a young adult. She was reared by a family who were not biologically related to her but who would be instrumental in not only raising her, but also two of her children. Haynes was one of those children.

The family lived in a trailer park and project housing in Marion, but it was the stick-built home on Jackson Street where the blended family lived the greater part of Haynes’ childhood. Her modest upbringing would serve as the impetus to the success Haynes would realize later in her life...