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The medicine man points his crooked staff towards William while pronouncing the incantation intended to end his life. As an early nineteenth century circuit-riding preacher, William Travers not only faces the threat of an especially cruel Indian named Memosi, but also deals with the everyday challenges presented by life and ministry on the western frontier. Adding to William’s demands is the discovery of Molly, an orphaned runaway slave girl. Can William find a way to secure Molly’s freedom while combating the increasing display of prejudice towards the sweet, but high-spirited girl? Will he be able to escape Memosi’s wrath as the medicine man continues his relentless pursuit to kill him? As you ride the itinerant trail with William you will be inspired by his commitment, moved by his compassion, and challenged to likewise give your all in service to the King.
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Randy G. Pogue is an ordained minister with the Assemblies of God. He resides in Southeast Missouri where he serves as an associate pastor. He obtained a B.S. degree in electrical engineering and a M.A. in theological studies. Prior to his current ministry, Randy and his wife, Missy, served six years as missionaries to the nation of Chad in Africa. In his free time, Randy enjoys spending time with his three children, bow-hunting in the beautiful Ozarks, and writing historical fiction.