It may answer some of your questions about why God does what he does and why He does not always answer our prayers when we think He should or in the way we think He should.
BROWNVILLE, Maine (PRWEB) May 09, 2013
After living most of her life as a missionary, Sharon Torbett had been through some very difficult situations that she says only God could get her through. Wanting to share with readers the powerful effects that putting their faith in God can have, Torbett pens her new book “The Parable of Doña Éllèna” (published by WestBow Press)
Ellen’s husband has recently died by the hand of El Diego. With no reason left to live except to care for her young daughter, Ellen waits in terror for the day when El Diego comes to take their ranch and their lives. When the horsemen arrive on that beautiful spring day, she worries whether or not it is the end she had been fearing, or if God has answered her prayers and sent a savior.
In this parable of divine love, readers journey with Ellen in a gripping tale of love and fear, life and death.
“This is a love story that illustrates the great love that Jesus Christ has for His church,” Torbett explains. “It may answer some of your questions about why God does what he does and why He does not always answer our prayers when we think He should or in the way we think He should.”
“The Parable of Doña Éllèna”
By Sharon Torbett
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 516 pages | ISBN 9781449762933
E-Book | 516 pages | ISBN 9781449762940
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Sharon Torbett lives in Brownville, Maine. She and her husband, Andy, have spent most of their lives as missionaries and church planters. She is the president of Broken Arrow Ministries, Inc., headquartered on the Navajo Reservation in Arizona. All proceeds from this, her first book, are designated toward the evangelization of the country of Greenland.
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