Winner, The Word Guild Canadian Christian Writing Awards 2009 (Relationships Category)Discover God's simple plan for passing the faith safely into the hands of our children.
What these observers say about your stories:
"But you, oh Lord, shall endure forever, and the remembrance of your name to all generations" (Psalm 102:12)
Ron Hughes, President FBH International, Writer, People Places and Plots:
"Fay Rowe's Keepers of the Testimony (Word Alive Press: Winnipeg 2009) is a great little book. I enjoyed it for both the adroit writing and the spiritual insights. She weaves narrative and didactic passages together in a helpful way. I've already started to incorporate some of Fay's ideas into my own life. The opening bit describing one of her teaching experiences is wonderful.
Karen Henein, Lawyer, Speaker, Author, Counsel of the Most High, Bent Out of Shape, and Seeking the Truth About Money:
"I just finished reading your book, Keepers of the Testimony. Your first chapter is one of the best opening chapters I have read in a long time. The book as a whole is instructive, inspiring, and exquisitely written. I love the sound biblical foundation you incorporate, with lots of Scripture actually quoted. You have the gift of being able to tell your stories with both humour and humility and you keep them God-centred so that there is no sense of ego in them. It's an excellent book."
Donna Fawcett, Author, Donna Dawson novels:
"Fay Rowe has done it again! Her new book, Keepers of the Testimony inspires and challenges us to keep the oral tradition of story telling, reminding the next generation, through our own experiences, that God does love us and is a deeply involved Father who keeps his promises."
Mary Haskett, Author, Reverend Mother's Daughter:
"Keepers of the Testimony is an apt title for Fay Rowe's new book. With candor and an occasional dose of humor, Rowe vividly recounts stories of testimony-keepers from this century and centuries passed. Her in-depth perception of what a testimony is will cause the reader not merely to tell of a "happening" but rather to glorify God in the telling. A wonderfully uplifting read, Keepers stirred in me the desire to once again verbalize my own testimony."
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