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Moody Press, 1993 - Fiction - 295 pages
Third in the Daughters of Courage series. As a representative in the Idaho State Legislature during the 1960s, young, idealistic Stephanie Hamilton is determined to make a difference. But misguided vision and a stubborn man stand in her way. Stephanie must seek God's guidance and confront her values and priorities in order to succeed.

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Stephanie’s father is an Idaho State representative, her best friends are protesting the Vietnam War, and Stephanie wants to make a difference. Author Donna Fletcher Crow depicts a small-town girl’s ... Read full review

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Representative in the Idaho State Legislature, during the 1960's, young Stephanie works on a housing bill while being courted by two very different men. During this times she strengthens her underdeveloped relationship with God. Read full review

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