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The Light In My Window

Wednesday, May 15, 2019 Christian  No comments

Now this is a book that stands on it’s own but also lead’s you from the character’s of ‘Not My Will’.  I call The Light In My Window,  a sequel.  This book starts you off with Hope Thompson.  A young girl not sure of herself went to a agency looking for a job.  Having had a very bad experience at her last job she didn’t want to deal with men.  She was finally sent to Sherman Street where they needed a cook.  When she arrived and saw the deprived homes, wondered what she was getting into.  Then she saw Henderson Institute, with ah she rang the bell.  There she met little Chad who took her to see his mother who was suffering from what we would call a migraine.  There she met Eleanor King (Stewart), and Billy.  Later on she met Dr. Phil King

She participated in all the activities s...

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Straight Down A Crooked Lane

Thursday, July 11, 2019 Christian  No comments

‘Straight Down A Crooked Lane’ another book by Francena Arnold.

Mary Jo Hallett  who is seventeen is asked at the last minute to be a bridesmaid, for an old friend, that she  had a spat with a couple of

years ago.  When she gets to the rehearsal she meets a friend who was Twenty years old by the name of Jack Freeman.  They spend time together when they are not needed for the wedding.  After the wedding Jack goes back to the base.  They write letters back and forth and after a few letters he ask’s  her to marry him.  He comes back for a couple of weeks where his mother, (Chris) pay’s for the flight home.  He made his case in front of her father who immediately rejected his request with a flat ‘No’ and they turned and walked out of the room.  But the argument wasn’t over...

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Three Shall Be One

Thursday, May 30, 2019 Christian  No comments

“Three-Shall-Be-One” by Francena Arnold is a story of love, quarreling, mystery and God’s hand bringing them together again.  Chetwolde and Patricia thought husbands and wives quit loving each other then started to quarrel.  They never doubted each other’s love but ugly bickering could arise between.

The first few years had been wonderful and they were really happy.  Scarcity of money, had always been a problem in spite of hard work and then the arrival of the babies one year apart.

Then Tony’s mother, arrived unexpectedly.  Linda could not believe the change in her lighthearted, boyish–a husband, dad and a regular fellow.  When Tony’s mother, left for a time, argument’s erupted over small matters.  Where did they go wrong?  His mother came home again after a few weeks vacation...

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