I am a Christ-follower who is so very thankful for God's faithfulness in my life. My life's story includes becoming a widow at the age of 23 and being diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis at age 25. It also includes later meeting my wonderful "Boaz," becoming a pastor's wife and having three beautiful children.It is my heart's desire to serve God well in the roles in which He's placed me. Welcome to a place where imperfect moms share how we can do our best in serving our families, living our faith and managing our homes!
Recently I was offered the opportunity to read and review the book, Alone Yet Not Alone, and I must say it was a pleasure! Written by Tracy Leininger Craver, the book tells the inspirational true story of the author's ancestors, who experienced much loss through murder, kidnapping and separation during the French and Indian War. Through it all, the main characters exhibited a dependence on God and His provision as they sought to be reunited with their families. Written for a tween and teen audience, the story should appeal to a broad array of readers by combining a historical setting, lots of suspense, strong faith, and a touch of romance. It's little wonder that the story was made into a movie, which will open in theaters on September 27, 2013.
The copy of the book that I received is a movie edition, with color photographs of scenes from the movie. Enter the Giveaway Tools box below for a chance to win your own movie edition of the book!
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