Valentine may refer to:

  • Valentine's Day, a holiday, or a card or gift given on that day

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Leigh Valentine - Early Ministry Work
... Leigh Valentine is also an international Christian ministry speaker ... graduating RHEMA Bible Training Center in Oklahoma, she and her first husband, Robert Valentine led/pastored an outreach church in Manhattan, New York ... a church in Connecticut, and formed "Heart to Heart Ministries." Later, Valentine joined Norvel Hayes, founder of New Life Bible College in Cleveland, Tennessee, as ...
List Of The Mortal Instruments Characters - Jocelyn Fray
... Jocelyn grew up in Idris with Luke, Valentine, and the other Circle members ... She was married to Valentine at the age of 19, though she says she married him because she loved him, she later realized that he was torturing innocent people ... York, also taking a large part in raising Clary, until Jocelyn is located by Valentine ...
Leigh Valentine
... Leigh Valentine is an entrepreneur in the beauty industry, author, and Christian ministry leader ... She is the CEO of Leigh Valentine Beauty and creator of the Non-Surgical Face-Lift Kit ... Valentine has appeared on The 700 Club, Paula White Today, Living the Life, 100 Huntley Street, LeSea's Harvest Show and Trinity Broadcasting Network ...
List Of The Mortal Instruments Characters - Valentine Morgenstern
... Valentine Morgenstern is the main antagonist of the first half of the series, and is the former husband of Jocelyn Fairchild ... Upon the death of his father, Valentine fell in love with Jocelyn Fairchild, and together he and his group of Shadowhunter youth formed the infamous group known as the Circle ... This changed when his ideas for the Circle became more radical, as Valentine wanted to kill all Downworlders ...

Famous quotes containing the word valentine:

    There would have to be something wrong with someone who could throw out a child’s first Valentine card saying, “I love you, Mommy.”
    Ginger Hutton (20th century)