Shows readers how having a little faith can aid in one’s emotions, feelings, and life in any circumstances.
Port Arthur, TX (PRWEB) September 26, 2014
Can a single tragedy change lives forever? In “Simply Given,” (published by Xlibris) author Andy Andrus tells the life of young Claude Estowe as it takes an unexpected turn when his father died. The tragedy sends Claude on a journey that will tests his spirit and faith.
Along with friend and family, Claude finds out a secret that has been kept from him all these years. His real father is still alive. So, setting faith as his guiding star, he learns to overcome his fears and faces acceptance brought to him by a family friend- a family priest who teaches young Claude that God leads lives on many different paths as one grow in life with God.
“I believe this book will appear to readers as a personal inspiration that having faith in the Lord Jesus Christ could give someone in need as my main character is, and will show them to believe in faith will not show to those only that believe, but will be there for those who are willing to take a chance to see for themselves the awesome power that is there for so many people,” says the author.
“Simply Given” shows readers how having a little faith can aid in one’s emotions, feelings, and life in any circumstances. It is a story that anyone can relate to with friends and family. It shares a common balance that everyone can all use, and that is how religion can be shown its significance in one’s life.
By Andy Andrus
Hardcover | 6 x 9in | 126 pages | ISBN 9781499011951
Softcover |6 x 9in | 126 pages | ISBN 9781499011982
E-Book | 126 pages | ISBN 9781499011944
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About the Author
Andy Andrus was athletic in school winning best athlete in his youth and then going on the greatest honor of Most Valuable Player of his soccer district that he was playing in during his senior year. He was also the President of the French Club and had a lot of fun because during his year was the first year they created the French Club. Andrus have a wonderful family whose generosity in their relationship has been keeping him going on to greener fields. Like most families, he has a great people that guide him in his life through religion and faith driving him to hobbies including fishing, mountain biking, canoeing, soccer and training bonsai’s as his personal favorite.