A Most Excellent Love

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Few people are privileged to possess one life-long friendship that endures through heartache, separation,and economic depression,as well as happier times. Rebecca Heyward was blessed to have two such relationships; a childhood friend and the love of her life. Follow her travels and adventures growing up near Charleston, S.C. in the late 1800’s to mid 1900’s. Sometimes it is possible to go home

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About Charles and Becky McQuaig

Charles and Becky McQuaig live in their native state of Florida.

Except for a brief period in 2006 when they moved to Nashville, Tennessee, the McQuaigs have been life-long residents of Pensacola and members of First Pentecostal Church.

During the fifty plus years at FPC, both Charles and Becky have been active in the Children’s Ministry, Music, and Drama departments.

With thirty-four years of marriage to their credit, Charles and Becky McQuaig have co-authored three inspirational books, two plays, and a musical. They have also written over thirty inspirational songs.

For over three years the McQuaigs were co-editors and publishers of The Sunday Times, a monthly publication designed to encourage and suggest innovative ideas to Children’s ministry workers.

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Nancee Hoffmann reviewed on June 26, 2012

This was one of the most enjoyable reading experiences I have had in a very long time. I wasn't sure about the basis of the story at first but as I got closer to the end it was as if it was based on Rebecca Heyward's journals or an incredible family history. I feel so blessed to have the opportunity to read this incredibly freshing and inspirational story and receive the gift of 'the word' throughout the book. It surely reminds me that God is truly in control and that we are best served to be ever mindful of the 'half full' not the 'half empty' mentality and open to the love of God and his grace into our lives. Thank you so much for sharing this with the readers.
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roberta chester reviewed on Nov. 17, 2011

I feel like I know these people. This book is written as if you are listening to Rebecca. It is funny, heartwarming, and sad and a true picture of life. I felt like I was there! Tears at the end.
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Doris Holmes reviewed on Oct. 31, 2011

Entertaining read.
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