Edmonton, Alberta (PRWEB) November 18, 2011
Because marriage has such close ties to religion, divorce is often considered a taboo subject for Christians and people of various religious faiths around the world. Approaching the subject to offer words of advice and encouragement to anyone going through divorce – or adversity in life – Leta H. Montague delivers “God’s Grace: A Long Night’s Journey into Day” (published by WestBow Press), her new book detailing her journey after the end of her 35 year marriage.
Montague recognizes the alarmingly high divorce rate which, depending on the source, shows roughly half of all marriages ending in divorce. She writes, “When two people begin the journey of marriage, it begins with a covenant before God…When that journey is terminated, you might well ask, ‘Where is God in this?’”
Her book shows how she remained faithful to God, even in the face of the pain, trauma and mental, physical and emotional turmoil of her divorce. She hopes to inspire readers with her strength. She says, “I want to show how His grace protected and maintained me through that long, dark night of divorce and led me into the light of day.”
“God’s Grace: A Long Night’s Journey into Day” uses scripture and details from Montague’s life after divorce to ignite readers’ hearts and bring them closer to God.
About the Author
Leta H. Montague is an avid reader and a writer. She has been a Christian since 1981, occupying several positions in the church, such as Sunday school teacher, Sunday school superintendent, women’s ministry president and pastoral assistant. She is involved in pastoral care ministry to elders and teaches English as a second language to adults. She has three sons, two grandsons, and three granddaughters. Even with a busy schedule, she still finds time to coordinate a nonprofit support group for women and teen girls.
WestBow Press is a strategic self-publishing alliance of Thomas Nelson, the world’s premier Christian publisher, and Author Solutions, Inc. (ASI)—the world leader in the fastest-growing segment of publishing. Through this partnership, authors benefit from the rich publishing heritage of Thomas Nelson and the speed-to-market advantages of the ASI self-publishing model. Titles published through WestBow Press will be evaluated for sales potential and considered for publication under the Thomas Nelson imprint. For more information, or to start publishing today, visit westbowpress.com or call 866-928-1240.