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A Memoir

Christian living, Black and African American Biographies

Date Published: January 25, 2022

Publisher: Lucid Books Publishing


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The complexities of a racially divided culture are too numerous to count,
and with one glance around the globe, it is easy to see why no one is immune
to its effects. With so many stories, personal experiences, and
misunderstandings, it is all too much to contain and sort out. Thankfully,
we serve a God who will do the sorting if we simply keep our eyes on Him.
The One who truly knows us and sees us as we are understands our deeply
rooted issues; there is no condemnation in Him.

In her memoir Naturally Curly, Kristi shares a true account of how she was
nearly engulfed by a deeply rooted lie accepted by many in our country.
Kristi takes you on a journey from her early years when the lie first took
root in her life to its massive and subtle manifestations in adulthood,
which culminated in God’s grand rescue. Finally, she thoughtfully
explores some aspects of what she believes the racial divide means for the


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About the Author

Kristi Sanders Lasher

Kristi Sanders Lasher was born in Dallas, TX as a biracial child in the
1980s. Kristi’s cherished childhood created a deep love for her
southern roots, yet a racially divided culture developed a fear in revealing
her true identity. Kristi hid well into adulthood until the God who
captivated her, uncovered her secret and set her free. Kristi now serves
alongside her husband in pastoring a small Baptist church in Gause, TX as
they raise their three beautiful teenage children. Kristi taught as a Texas
public school teacher for many years, and she holds a master’s degree
from Dallas Baptist University in Worship Leadership Studies.


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