A Choice to Cherish

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Broadman & Holman Publishers, 2000 - Fiction - 184 pages
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During a cold Montana Christmas, Alan cuts down and decorates a Christmas tree for himself and his dying grandfather, George. As his present, Alan may choose one of eight keepsakes of his grandfathers. Yet before he can choose, he must read a story George wrote about each keepsake. Through these stories, Alan learns the secrets of his grandfather's life.

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A choice to cherish: a novel

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A pastor who has written two books on the Navy SEALs, Maki stars in this fictional remembrance of his grandfather, George. When he's asked to go to Montana and stay with his distant, dying grandfather ... Read full review


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Maki has served as a pastor for fourteen years.

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