Talent and ambition hold first place in Missy’s life. Marriage is a convenience but a family would interfere. Missy easily climbs the ladder of success, while blithely unaware of her husband’s discontent. When her marriage fails, she is forced to examine her life. Missy turns to the wise pastor of Royston Chapel. Pastor Ben’s counsel , aided by challenging circumstances at the church, shines the light on Missy’s priorities. But Gregory is gone, the marriage has failed. Now she must take stock of her values, in light of the emptiness she faces in her future.
|Publisher:||Westwood Books Publishing LLC|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.91(d)|
About the Author
Soon she had a personal word of prophecy: You are a part of the Moses generation that I will use to bring the children out of the wilderness.The wilderness of this era is the change of thinking on the woman's role and the impact that has had on family. With the reference to Moses, the Lord was indicating our author's age.
In 2015 at the age of eighty, Winnie published a small book of poems: The Poet's Field.
Her first book, Lou's Boy was published in 2015. Two sequels followed: Morning For Lou and then, Lou's Triumph.The central theme of all her books is the family. Education is significant in the earlier books.
Winnie took a different twist with Missy. In this book she addresses the woman's career. At this mature age, our author is very cognizant of the change of thinking, past to present, regarding the role of women.. Missy has a story to tell on that subject.