Dale Evans Rogers: Rainbow on a Hard Trail
Dale shows readers there is hope in the midst of affliction. Dale recounts how God's grace enabled her to find hope on less than happy trails, such as her rocky rise to stardom, the tragic deaths of three of her children, and recently, her grueling rehabilitation from her stroke. She also pays tribute to Roy Rogers, with whom she shared almost fifty-one years of marriage.
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Foreword by Joni Eareckson Tada
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