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Lord, this was not how it was supposed to end.
Allison Carter had dedicated her life to being a missionary in the jungles of Peru. Now she was being dragged into an unknown future by the very people she had come to reach.
They had attacked without warning or provocation. With her infant son in her arms and her husband, Eric, lying facedown with an arrow in his back, death seemed preferable to captivity in a primitive tribe with customs and mindsets alien to her own.
But Allison had to stay alive—if only to protect Isaac—to raise him to fear the one true God …
… that same God who had allowed her to suffer so much?
Stubborn as she was in resisting her abusive captors, Allison’s greatest battle was not with them, but with the God she thought she knew.
Why did He not rescue her? Where was He in her suffering? Could He still be trusted with Isaac's and her future?
About the author: Dalaina May lives with her husband, Dan, and their four rowdy boys in the jungles of Peru, where they serve on a church-planting team among the Caquinte tribe. Dalaina spends most of her time dragging her children out of trees, embarrassing herself in front of her neighbors, and blogging about her family’s life and ministry at DanandDalaina.com. When she has a free moment, she appreciates good sushi and a back rub.
Amazing book! With and especially amazing ending!
This book was a great read!! The middle parts of the book got a little slow, but only for a few chapters. The rest of the book was filled with excitement and towards the end I found myself not being able to put down the book at all. This book amazed me in so many ways, seeing how God worked through Allison's situations was simply astonishing. This book has brought me closer to God, and rekindled my relationship with God in a new way.