Step Into My Heart.and Back Into Time
Sixteen fictional stories delivered from the heart are based on real life experiences paralleled with God's scriptures. They explore important values while focusing on family relationships, bridging differences in sibling behavior, facing temptation in challenging situations and recognizing God's miracles. Facts gathered in the 1900's boldly characterize personal hardships in the hills of Kennesaw, Georgia and Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina. These inspirations show faith and courage instilled in hearts of those who once faced extreme poverty or accepted burdens of illness through God's grace. This is a great gift for mature readers. One story to be read at a time or all to read at once; "Step Into My Heart.and back into time" throws a powerful punch and can bring tears and laughter. Enjoy the author's contribution based on nostalgia. This author holds high the value of Biblical truth while subjecting it to life's perspective challenges amid the pull of everyday problems. Reverend Robert N. Parmley The author shares faith, comfort, humor and hope by intertwining scripture with life experiences and its hardships. My prayer is that this book will find its place inside your heart as it has mine. Reverend Timothy W. Hawkins Born in Lenoir, North Carolina, Jeanie Cline has given lectures, counseled teens, held drug seminars and pursued the legal field, real estate and politics. She won runner-up to Mrs. North Carolina at age fifty-four. Through a forty year span, her works have been published in schools, church periodicals, newspapers, magazines, and booklets. Recently published is "I Have Much to Offer," said God, "God Answers Prayer" and "Can I Call You Sometime?" Former Sunday school teacher, she is actively involved in Women's Ministries of her church. Married forty-three amazing years to Vern, she has two sons, Vernon, Jr. and Joey, two grandchildren and a great-grandchild.
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