Much “Christian fiction” is little more than mush with God lightly thrown in. Not so with Woman of Courage by Wanda E. Brunstetter. This book is Gospel centered. And it’s a page-turner!
Set North America in the 1800s, Woman of Courage captures both the Quaker lifestyle and the American-Indian culture. After a disappointing betrayal by her fiancé, Amanda Pearson sets off to pursue her dreams and to honor God’s mandate to share her faith with those who don’t know Jesus, particularly the Nez Percé Indians. Accompanied by her father and a guide, she begins her journey into the western wilderness to the Spalding mission.
But things don’t go the way Amanda had expected.
Read my full review in Assist News Service.
Janey DeMeo M.A.
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