From the depths of history and the terrible days of the Great Wars we read stories of courage and danger but ultimately of faith, hope and love. A grandfather sits in front of a warm fire as the flames rekindle memories of times long gone - the next generation needs to know the truth. A table cloth and a large mischievous dog bring two women together from different sides of a bitter struggle. The dominion of Canada and battle scarred Dresden are reconciled through the love of Christ.
About Christine Farenhorst
Christine Farenhorst began telling stories before she could write. She used to draw pictures on her pillow before she went to sleep at night, relating the stories she drew to her teddy bear. A regular columnist for Reformed Perspective as well as a contributing writer for Christian Renewal, her first commitment is to be a godly Christian wife and mother. Her second is to use the talents that God has given her to the best of her ability and to His glory.