TeJae Smythe gave up on God and her hometown of Evansville, Indiana, ten years ago, but a deep personal loss requires her to return to both. Her life as a stewardess is going to be perfect. She has a plan. If only life would stick to it.In Hope Travels Through, TeJae finds the biggest challenge comes from the conflict within herself. Will she hold it all together? Or will she fall apart and embrace the beauty in the midst of disaster?Based on the actual events of December 13, 1977, a date most people don't remember, but one many living in the Ohio River Valley will never forget, the crash of the University of Evansville men's basketball team plane.If you lived through the 1970's, this book will ring as true as your own memories. If you didn't, it will provide you with a vivid picture of that transitional time. But the human, romantic, well-told story will touch you, no matter when you were born. -Nancy Rue, award-winning American novelist and author of more than 120 books for adults, teens, and tweens
|Publisher:||Fruitbearer Publishing LLC|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.86(d)|
About the Author
Loni Kemper Moore is a sports-cheering, Diet-Pepsi sipping, Rocky Mountain adventure-seeking kind of girl. She's passionate for God and wants to share His beautiful love through life's ugliness with remarkable women around the globe. Her writing came alive seven years ago after she broke her ankle. The crazy time of being laid up forced her to flip through decades of diaries which inspired the story that became Hope Travels Through. When she's not writing, she's a technical support analyst; mom of a teenager named Adam; traveler with Robert, her dear "hugsband;" stepmom to University of Evansville alumna Becca and her husband, Anthony; entertainer; and spender of way too much time on Facebook. With her experiences of learning to trust God through tragedy, being employed by travel agencies and Delta Air Lines, and attending University of Evansville graduate school, she's the best person to tell this story.