This is a story of how God’s invisible hand never stops working, always shaping history for the good of his children, even when it doesn’t seem possible.
Detroit, MI (PRWEB) October 30, 2013
In the New Testament, Romans 8:28 states that all things work together for good to those who love God. Discover how screenwriter Liviut Victor Sabadus weaves this scripture through his story about a woman suffering the worst of consequences.
“In the Shadows of Love” is a faith-based screenplay written from a Christian perspective. Sabadus provides readers with an inspiring tale that reveals God’s presence in the lives of his children, despite the challenges they face.
Set in the 1920s, the plot follows main character, Alina Foster, as she searches for purpose and meaning in her life.
“This is a story of how God’s invisible hand never stops working, always shaping history for the good of his children, even when it doesn’t seem possible,” Sabadus said.
Readers will take part in a spiritually empowering journey as Alina struggles with homelessness and neglect. Watch her find her identity when she realizes God has placed someone in her life that changes her destiny forever.
Sabadus’s hope is that readers will be inspired by Alina’s story and come to believe that God can bring them through anything.
“In the Shadows of Love”
By Liviut Victor Sabadus
Available at Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and Westbow Press online bookstores.
About the Author
Liviut Victor Sabadus immigrated to the United States from Romania when he was nine years old. He has a bachelor degree in Business Administration with a minor in Christian Studies and also graduated from film school in 2008 with a concentration in Directing. After working as an Extras Casting Assistant on The Double (a 2011 spy film directed by Michael Brandt), his Christian faith inspired him to begin writing “In the Shadows of Love.” He currently resides in Troy, Mich., where he continues to pursue his dreams in the film industry.
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