(PRWEB) September 15, 2017
Charles Grams, a veteran of the US Navy and motorcycle enthusiast who lives with his wife on Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, has completed his new book “God, Grace, and Grandpa”: a searing portrait of a boy who was neglected by his emotionally distant father and bullied by other children who nonetheless grows up with an abiding faith that God’s love can see him through any turmoil due to the patient teaching of his grandfather.
This book is the true story of a boy who grows up with a great and wonderful man, the love of Christ, and the harsh journey he takes to understanding grace.
The daily grind of mean children as well as schoolteachers causes this child to question who he is and if anyone can love him other than his grandfather. A true desire to understand God and understand those around him becomes too heavy, and the emotional distress that this causes nearly puts an end to this young life. Only the love of Jesus and his grandfather keeps him on the correct path of life.
Fighting through the harder years of teenage life, trying to prove his worth to his father, dealing with a religious mother and the hatred of others—this story is how a young man becomes an exceptional athlete as well as a cocky womanizer. He hardens himself to those that have hurt him through the years, including his own family. The desire for his father to accept him becomes a lost cause, and he separates himself from his religious mother to go his own way. He never loses his love for his grandfather and the faith he has in God.
Grams concludes, “This book will show you that even though you may not realize it, the Lord is with you even in times of distress. We all look for the answers in life and why we go through the things we do. This shows us that no matter what you go through there is one who is always with you and will help you get through anything.”
Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, Charles Grams’s powerful story is a stirring message of hope and faith.
Readers who wish to experience this inspiring work can purchase “God, Grace, and Grandpa” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Kobo, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.
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