Life is about making choices—millions of them. Unfortunately, one bad choice can lead to serious consequences and a lifetime of unhappiness, without the aid of God.
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Amy Wentdorf’s mother is one such person who made a bad choice, then another, and another, and another. It cost her a mother/daughter relationship during her daughter’s teen years.
Young teenager, Amy, ran away from her mother’s perverted wishes. Loneliness followed and hounded her. She remained strong opposing her mother’s lifestyle.
A few years later, while searching for her only other known living relative, fate hammered her down. Suicide seemed logical for her pitiful existence.
Amy failed to realize not one of us is a master of our own fate—God is in control and He can use all things, both good and evil, for our good.
God can use a dog trapped in a rockslide to halt a person from suicide. God can use a man who has a heart for stray animals to also help people who have gone astray.
Can Amy rise above her past and find fulfilling happiness?
More than a thousand miles from where Amy barely existed as a homeless teen, Dan’s father ruled the family ranch with an iron fist and sometimes a whip on his son’s backside. How did that shape the life of Dan Sentle?