This was truely an amazing story of GOD's love for everyone. It tells the story of Jerusha and Rueben. Rueben was Amish, but decided to join the Army and fight in World War II anyway. He comes home wounded and joins the Church and marries Jerusha. They have a daughter but then tragedy strikes and Rueben leaves. Jerusha becomes bitter and turns her back on GOD. She is going to sell her prize quilt called "The Rose of Sharon" so she can leave, but her and her driver are in an accident in a raging blizzard on Thanksgiving Day in 1950. Jerusha ventures out of the car and finds another wrecked care with a little girl in it. In a battle with herself and the Lord, she uses the quilt to save the little girls life. Meanwhile, Rueben had went west to work and meets a man who changes his outlook on life, so he goes home, during the raging blizzard, but will he get to Jerusha in time. Again, a charming story that will leave you smiling. Great job Patrick.
I received a complimentary copy of this book for my honest review.
Patrick E. Craig is a lifelong writer and musician who left a successful songwriting and performance career in the music industry to follow Christ in 1984. He spent the next 26 years as a worship leader, seminar speaker, and pastor in churches, and at retreats, seminars and conferences all across the western United States. After ministering for a number of years in music and worship to a circuit of small churches, he is now concentrating on writing and publishing both fiction and non-fiction books. Patrick and his wife Judy make their home in northern California and are the parents of two adult children and have five grandchildren.for more than 30 years.