The Crooked Path by Melinda J. Abersold
Book One The Women of Faith Series

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Melinda Abersold co-pastors a nondenominational church with her husband, Silas Abersold. Together, they stepped out in faith and started Shiloh House of Peace and watched the hand of God perform miracles on their behalf. She graduated from Lighthouse Christian Bible College located in Beebe, Arkansas, with a degree in Christian education. Reading a good Christian fiction book is her favorite pastime. She and her husband live in Alabama. About the Book

Esther Cox is faced with many challenges as the pastor of a small church in Williamsville, Missouri. She is challenged with coping with the death of her husband, Samuel, and raising her teenage daughter whose heart has drifted from God. She’s faced with the controversial argument of a woman placed in a pastoral position. Deep within her heart, she longs for a man to step into the pastoral position. Will Esther be able to pick up the pieces to her broken heart when her world is completely turned upside down by her teenage daughter, Ruthie? Will she be able to open the door of her heart to love?
David Fisher is a well-respected farmer in the small town of Williamsville and has been a member of the country church in Williamsville since childhood. His heart was broken over the death of his wife, Sadie, and he was determined not to give his heart to another. Will he listen to the still small voice of God and go down the path God has asked of him? Will he open the shutters to his heart and love again?

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Published January 15, 2013 by Xlibris. 235 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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In her first novel, Abersold, who co-pastors an Alabama church with her husband, shows Christian prayer and faith at work in a small Missouri town.

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