Throughout history we read stories of courage and danger but ultimately of faith, hope and love, during the both the first and second World Wars these stories were exceptionally poignant . An old man sits beside the fire its flames rekindle memories of times long ago - his grandchildren need to hear, stories than need to be passed on to a new generation. Stories like how 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 the Author:
As a young child, Christine Farenhorst used to tell stories by drawing pictures on her pillow, to her teddy bear before going to sleep at night. Now, a regular columnist for Reformed Perspective as well as a contributing writer for Christian Renewal. She seeks to use her writing talents to glorify God, while being a wife and mother to her children.