Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Christmas is right around the corner . . .

 Travel to India via the Born for India trilogy this Christmas! 

Will Maggie discover more than she bargained for when she steps onto the Oasis Compound? 
Did she really commit her life to this
And could love possibly await her?

Can Gavin and Tim resolve the tension brewing between them when Tim declares his dark secret? And how will Maggie, caught in the middle, respond?
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Will Yvonne's pain drive her to make a difficult decision? And what will husband Dan think? Join the missionaries at the Oasis Compound as they face the dangers of trafficking when a little Nepali girl shows up on their doorstep.

Does the empty nest signal the end of a purposeful life?
Or is the best yet to come?
Follow Mave through her empty nest journey as she experiences some midlife surprises along with husband, Jerry.
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Stay tuned for a special treat!
I'll be in India from December 19 through January 9. I greatly appreciate your prayers as my husband and I visit and encourage the young Waldock fam and conduct a marriage seminar for the staff at one of the Christian schools. While in Bangalore, I will also be busy producing videos, taking pics, and supplying blog posts, all under the title of "Christmas in India!"

You won't want to miss this inside glimpse of the sights, sounds, and smells of India, the birthplace of my Born for India trilogy. Travel to some of the places where my character Maggie ministers to orphans, experiences the tsunami, meets her future husband, and much more! 
If you haven't already, you may want to read my books (Journey to Judah, Restored Hearts, Chosen Ones) to enhance the experience!

Blog posts begin on December 10 with a pre-packing video.

What exactly does it take to go to a foreign country? Hmm . . . 
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