by Lucile Gunter McCluskey
When their mother dies, their brother runs away, and their father abandons them, Lucile and her two younger sisters are placed in a Christian orphanage. Although the home gives them a place to live and food to eat, she finds there are still problems to be solved and adjustments to be made. The hardest of these is the almost complete separation from four-year-old Billie Jean and eleven-year-old Ima Lee.
When Lucile accepts Jesus as her personal Savior and discovers the wonder of prayer, she finds a release from the past, help for the present, and hope for tomorrow for herself and her two sisters. Then she realizes the orphanage is a Haven for all three of them.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Lucile Gunter McCluskey is a widow living in Lebanon, Tennessee. She divides her time between her church, her three children, and their families. She enjoys writing, reading, flower gardening, and creating beautiful wedding items for her daughter’s bridal shop.
In addition to Haven, she has worked as a newspaper columnist, special features writer, and society editor. Her stories and articles have appeared in The Tennessean, The Lebanon Democrat, Home Life, Christian Singles, Cat Fancy, and The Tennessee Living Cookbook.
(2005, paperback, 176 pages)
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