With three daughters and seven granddaughters, it is high time that I wrote something specifically for them and here it is:
Terrors and dangers filled the Kentucky wilderness in the 1770’s, and no one knew this better than sixteen-year-old Remember Warren. After her village was burned and her family and friends were violently murdered by savages, the girl finds herself the slave of a renegade trapper and his Shawnee squaw. Bitter and resentful, Ember rejects God as she tries to find a way to survive the oppressive captivity.
Though she doesn’t believe it, God has not forsaken her. He begins to work on her hard heart, using creative ways to reveal Himself to her and to show His love to her and to those around her.
Can Ember look beyond the hardship? Will she listen for God’s higher purpose for all her suffering? Could God redeem such horrible experiences? The story reaches its climax as Ember is forced to make a desperate run for her life that will put her new faith to the extreme test.
To read more or to order this exciting new book go to StoriesChangeHearts.com.
Please spread the word about this thrilling Christian adventure story that was written for girls but exciting enough for boys!
In His Service,
Alan W. Harris