Five Christian Bridges To Faith: Inspirational Stories Past & Present
Five Christian Stories: Moses Diamond: Baby Left Along The Oregon Trail & Rescued By Christian Pioneers;The Onion Fields Of God;The Comfort Of A Good Horse; Walking Up The Mountain Path With God and The Crooked Tree In The Back Yard. More
This variety of five Christian stories contains both contemporary and historical themes and has over 52,000 words. They have been previously published under different authors.
Moses Diamond: Baby Left Along The Oregon Trail & Rescued By Christian Pioneers, is a heart-warming story about a poor wagon train making its way along the Oregon Trail. The train may be poor, but the Christians on it are strong. One young man finds a Native American baby along the trail and he takes it immediately to the wagon train. There are no nursing mothers on the small train and no source of food for the infant.
The Onion Fields Of God, is an inspirational story, with scriptures, about one family’s journey along the Oregon Trail, headed west on a wagon train to start their new lives. They started out wanting to farm onions, well, except for the oldest son Jeb. What he finds along the way changes his mind, their destination, and the fate of his family and neighbors forever.
The Comfort Of A Good Horse, is about how young woman rescues a beaten horse, and the animal turns the tables on his former abuser when they go after the woman, who is an expert rodeo circuit rider.
Walking Up The Mountain Path With God, is a wonderfully rich and emotionally complex story set both in the present and the past, where two couples have to overcome obstacles of both health and love and war and life choices, but along with a strong love for God and each other, they are eventually able to do so.
The Crooked Tree In The Back Yard, is about a family moving to Oregon to get a fresh start after the mom’s divorce. She’s bought an old house in the woods, which requires a lot of renovation, and her two children are not thrilled. They go upstairs to explore their bedrooms and soon discover old news articles plastered to the wall, plus a hidden box which contains clues and a journal and letters about settlers to the area who had made their way west along the Oregon Trail.