REVIEW: Through the Deep Waters by Kim Vogel Sawyer


Dinah Hubley is grateful to secure a job as a chambermaid in the Fred Harvey restaurant/hotel system.  Amos Ackerman is trying to build up a chicken farm, against the odds of his physical handicap.  Experienced with challenges in their young lives, the two characters battle external and internal forces on their way to finding God’s paths for their lives.  Also, there is Ruthie, Dinah’s Christian roommate, who struggles too with her current lot in life.  It’s a story of redemption and putting one’s trust in God’s direction.  Thanks for Waterbrook Press for providing me an advance copy to review.

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