Faiths Final Chance: Mary Magdalene
by Magdalene Forrester /i>
The life that common people experience, though they may be ordinary, as that is how we measure such things, is already hard enough. But add to the equation a century of slavery and the psyche of those who experienced it, passed down to their descendents, is sure to be a fertile ground for the devil to play in. It is a tragic story that wound its way into the lives of ordinary African-Americans in modern-day America. Yet one woman would show to her brethren and fellow citizens that it is never too late, that within the heartaches and misfortunes that ensue in the everyday life on the streets, God is there, watching, waiting for us to acknowledge and allow him to walk with us through the course of our struggles in life and into triumph.
About the Author
Magdalene Forrester was born in Baltimore, Maryland and grew up in downtown Annapolis. She has lived in Maryland for the most part of her life except for the twenty years she had travelled with her late husband who was in the military. This book is her first published work, which will be followed by seven more materials she aims to be published as well.
(2013, Paperback, 222 pages)