The Road Winds On by Francena Arnold
“A winding path of self-examination _the road winds on. For Andy Lewis it is a long road. He is engaged to the lovely Kay Putney, and planning to go to the Congo after they marry, Andy marvels at the wonderful life in store for him. As a doctor and nurse they plan to help Andy’s father, Dr. Thomas Lewis, with his medical missionary work in Africa.”
“Does she never get tired, Waters? She never walks if she can run, and she’d never run if she could fly.”
“I need her worse than you do. Anyway, I spoke for her first,” he said with a grin. “She’s so little and so mighty! It’s sort of invigorating to us jaded oldsters just to watch her swish those starchy white skirts down the hall. Her brothers and I used to call her Miss Biggety. Well, so long, Waters! We’re off for dinner on a dune. Wish you could come along.”
“The winding road is not an easy one, as Andy soon realizes. Kay, convicted that her planned ministry is motivated by her love for Andy rather than her dedication to God, breaks their engagement. Crushed, Andy retreats to examine his own motivation and dedication.”
Conflict, decision, desire, love–all pervade Andy’s search for God’s leading. His father’s death, a meeting with Kay, and the answer to his search as only God could give these are the elements of this gripping novel.
“Another heart filled drama from the talented author of “Not My Will” and “The Light In My Window.”
I hope you have enjoyed a snippet of this story “The Road Winds On” written by Francena H Arnold.