MANDEVILLE, La. (PRWEB) April 05, 2018
“The City Dog And The Country Dog: A Story About The Quest For Freedom”: an abused and neglected dog named Boone is given freedom by his new master with the power of patience and love. “The City Dog And The Country Dog: A Story About The Quest For Freedom” is the creation of published author, Kent Satterlee lII. Kent grew up in New Orleans, Louisiana. He attended Louisiana State University where he earned a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering. His career with Shell Oil Company included both engineering and management roles. Kent retired from Shell in 2015. He now does consulting work on government policy and advocacy. He also writes books. He believes writing energizes the soul, expands the mind, and allows the spirit to receive. He and his wife of thirty-two years, Ann, have three children and three grandchildren. They own and manage Heritage Hill Farm in Franklinton, Louisiana, which serves as a place of rest and healing for those in ministry.
“’In the beginning, God created…’ That is how it all began. In his infinite wisdom, God created the animals before humans. Why? Could it be that he needed the animals to explain creation to us? Or rather to explain the Creator to us? Could it be that God knew that our intellects would try too hard to understand something that is very simple?” --Kent Satterlee IIl
Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Kent’s new book teaches young readers that all creation is yearning for freedom. Boone is an Australian Blue Heeler. His owner is a cruel master. Boone is always trying to escape just to find food and clean water. After being taken by animal services for neglect and abuse, Boone is adopted by a good master. His new master must endure the bad habits Boone learned under his previous owner, which includes biting.
When his training is complete, Boone is a new dog and readily submits to his beloved master. He never leaves his master’s side. By watching Boone’s transformation, his master learns God’s plan for him and all of creation, which is to be set free to experience the love of their Creator, to return to that love, and to receive their inheritance.
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