What did Thomas Jefferson believe about the
divine purpose of the United States of America?
What compelling role did the Puritans play in setting the stage for the
American Revolution? What profound
affect did Native Americans have on the forming of our constitution? All of these questions and much more are
answered in this fascinating work.
Little known information is contained within these pages about the
beginnings of our country through the founding of the Massachusetts Bay Company
in Sempringham, England.
Journey of Promise covers the
highlights of events that led to Puritan England and New England, and
ultimately the founding of the United States of America. Included are several short biographies of key
Puritans including Henry Dunster, first President of Harvard University, Anne
Bradstreet, first American poet and elect lady, and John Elliott, apostle to
the Native Americans.
Charles also sheds light on four of
our founding fathers, John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, George Washington and
Benjamin Franklin and their religious beliefs and influences on our nation.
If you want to learn detailed
knowledge about the people who founded and believed in this nation that is not
taught in schools and is not widely published, this book is a valuable addition
to your personal library.
Through the details of Allen’s experiences of coping with the loss of four family members, it becomes clear how tragedy can become a powerful source of personal growth and how faith plays an important role in the trials and tribulations of life. Allen’s mourning culminates with the selfless gift given to him by his wife, Sue, as she struggles with her last breath.
Through touching personal journal entries and revealing narrative, The Gift chronicles one man’s struggles with, and triumph over, loss and grief.