Waterdown, ON (Vocus) November 19, 2010
Author Marlene Traas Collins sweeps readers from Russia to Canada as she takes them on an exhilarating trip through life and faith in Under The Feathers, her engaging book made available through Xlibris.
Under The Feathers follows the courageous, remarkable journey of a young couple from Odessa, Russia, fleeing religious persecution, to the freedom of Canada. Many immigrants to Canada shared the hardship of Peter and Mary in 1880’s for the hope of a better life in the vast acres of Saskatchewan, then known as the Northwest Territories. From the twenty-one children born to this young couple, Christine, was destined to birth eight children, and the fifth born, Marlene Collins, writes this dramatic story in the hopes to illuminate the valiant efforts of self-reliance and faith.
In this poignantly crafted book, readers will find the amazing power of faith in facing life’s obstacles. It beautifully brings an inspiring message about understanding life and strengthening one’s belief in God to achieve a very fulfilling life. For more information on this book, interested parties may log on to Xlibris.com.
About the Author
“This is the story of a remarkable woman; one whose glowing faith shines through her life. After her first marriage failed, she was courted by a sturdy Dutchman, Mac Traas, who served in the Dutch resistance. I was honored to officiate at their wedding in 1984. I know and love both Mac and Marlene well and count them as loyal friends. The story that Marlene tells is about family; tragedy and joy, sickness and health. She is a woman of strong faith, an irrepressible optimist and is just a most delightful woman. God is good!” – Reverent Bernard Warren. Their granddaughter Marlene, continues with the same courage in spite of heart break to seek and find spiritual renewal and strength.
Under The Feathers * by Marlene Traas Collins
He Shall Cover Me With His Feathers And Under His Wings I Shall Trust
Publication Date: July 28, 2009
Trade Paperback; $15.99; 67 pages; 978-1-4415-5227-3
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