Chronicles of Faith: Book One
Xulon Press, 2007 - 444 páginas
Chronicles of Faith: Book One /A Season of Change When Kathleen Ramsey's eldest son is unexpectedly assigned to Fort Moultrie following his graduation from West Point, she is forced to relive the painful memories of the day she fled her childhood home in Charleston, South Carolina over twenty years ago. And as if that weren't painful enough, the young man then informs her that he wants to meet the grandparents he has never known! Would Kathleen deny his request, choosing to cling to the fears and resentments of her past? Or would she recognize the sovereign hand of her loving Heavenly Father faithfully guiding her son's every step? Set against the backdrop of the Civil War, A Season of Change is the first book in the Chronicles of Faith series. Lori Redula is married and makes her home in beautiful Washington State along with her husband, Cedrick, and son, Kyle. She developed a love for writing at a young age with a particular interest in historical fiction. Besides writing, Lori enjoys reading, doing crafts and serving the Body of Christ in her local church. A Season of Change is her first novel.
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