Chosen Ones, Born For India Series #3   -     By: Eileen Hinkle Rife
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A couple in crisis. A child taken captive.

Life in Chennai, India, is complicated. While Maggie and Gavin Munsfield adjust to a new baby, missionary friends, Dan and Yvonne Pratt, experience the heartbreak of infertility and miscarriage. When their lives intersect with a young girl caught up in the horrors of sex trafficking, each of them will receive a precious gift. But will they find it in their hearts to accept an outcome so different than what they expected and hoped for?

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Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 224
Vendor: Oaktara Publishers
Dimensions: 9.00 X 6.00 (inches)
ISBN: 1602902569
ISBN-13: 9781602902565
Availability: In Stock
Series: Born for India

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A veteran homeschool mom, Eileen Hinkle Rife is the author of the Born for India series and several nonfiction books. Her byline has appeared in numerous magazines, including Marriage Partnership, Light & Life, Mature Living, On Mission, and Christian Home & School. She and her husband, Chuck, conduct marriage seminars and speak on a variety of topics for church groups and organizations in the States and overseas. All three of their daughters are involved in mission work around the world.

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    In "Chosen Ones," Eileen Rife successfully combines a compelling story with an enlightening look into the horrors of modern slavery, forcing the reader to come to grips with some of the most difficult and disturbing social issues of our day. In this third installment of the Born For India series, Yvonne Pratt tries to cope with grief and disappointed expectations when an unusual opportunity for healing and ministry appears at the front gate. By witnessing the suffering and perseverance of others, Yvonne's trust in God is restored and her faith renewed. While "Chosen Ones'" exposes the complexity of some of the most dark and forbidding fragments of our society, Eileen crafts a straightforward story that is easily read. You will be inspired yet challenged, engaged and interested as you experience with Yvonne the joy we receive from trusting our Lord.
  2. Ruthie
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    April 19, 2011
    Ruthie
    "In Chosen Ones, Eileen Rife has highlighted what may be the worst human rights violation of the 21st century - human trafficking. As part of an organization that is working to stop child prostitution, I have seen countless real-life cases just as tragic as the story Eileen has told in her most recent novel. Change the name, age, city and country, and you have the story of millions of children who are trapped in a life of abuse. Eileen paints a tragic but true picture of a victim of forced prostitution, but also gives hope in telling of the dedicated men and women who risk their lives daily to rescue these children. I pray that all who read this book might be moved, not just to tears, but to action. 'Rescue the poor and helpless; deliver them from the grasp of evil people.'" Ps. 82:4

    Barbara Everett, Director, Destiny Rescue USA, Inc.
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Author: Eileen Hinkle Rife
Located in: Roanoke, VA
Submitted: April 20, 2011

    Tell us a little about yourself.  Let's get the dislikes out of the way: Screw bugs in my popcorn definitely a dislike! In fact, this little shield-backed fellow winds up in my next novel, as my protagonist crunches into one by accident while eating, yep, popcorn! I sing and play the piano, both for my own pleasure and in ministry. I design my own cards and bookmarks under the name, “Artistic Expressions by Grandma Eileen.” But my biggest interest these days is playing with my six grandchildren, ages four and under. When they're around, you can find me under a homemade tent in the living room reading stories with a penlight, racing matchbox cars across the kitchen linoleum, or playing dress up. While I've been to Canada, several parts of India, and Uganda, I have yet to tour Europe. I've endured several layovers in Europe on route to other places, but never any extended trips in Europe. That's where I would go, especially Ireland, Greece, and Switzerland.

    What was your motivation behind this project?  Four years ago when I was brainstorming characters and plot for Book 3 in the Born for India trilogy, my youngest daughter, Stephanie, alerted me to the horrors of sex trafficking. A short time later, I discovered that her older sister, Michelle, shared the same burden to the point of spending sleepless nights in tears over these abused women and children. Thus, Punita, my eleven-year-old Nepali protagonist, a victim of the sex trade, was born.

    What do you hope folks will gain from this project?  Awareness and action. Prayerfully, readers will not only enjoy an intriguing story, but will also be moved to help children who are caught up in the horrors of sex trafficking.

    How were you personally impacted by working on this project?  Once I had my main characters in place (missionary couple and Nepali girl), I started researching the sex industry. I watched DVDs, read books, articles, and news stories. I discovered some shocking statistics confirmed by Destiny Rescue USA, Inc, a Christian organization dedicated to freeing and rehabilitating children who have been sexually exploited and working with high-risk families and villages to prevent their children from being trafficked. * Twenty-seven million slaves exist in our world today. * There are about two million women in prostitution in Asia and half of them are children. * Every minute, two people are trafficked across international borders. * Every ten minutes a woman or child is trafficked into the U.S. * Every year, 200,000 American girls are at risk for sex trafficking. * Every day 3000-5000 children are being sold or lured into prostitution. * The International Labor Office estimates that the slave trade generates $32 billion in revenue each year. Punita is a composite profile of a poverty-stricken Nepali girl sold by her father to traffickers thinking he is sending his daughter off to the city to work as a maid for a wealthy family. The Oasis Compound missionaries introduced in Books one and two travel along to Chosen Ones with spotlight on Dan and Yvonne Pratt, administrator and teacher in the orphanage school. In the midst of writing Punita's story, I was moved to sponsor a girl who has been rescued and now lives in a safe house where she receives counsel, care, education, and a gospel witness.

    Who are your influences, sources of inspiration or favorite authors / artists?  Whenever I want to immerse myself in the craft of writing fiction or enjoy a good read, I turn to Francine Rivers and Angela Hunt books. My favorites.

    Anything else you'd like readers / listeners to know:  Look for: Second Chance, a stand-alone novel which has also been contracted by OakTara to be released in 2012. Back cover blurp: Mave Robertson wants the life back in her marriage. Dareece Jackson just wants a life. Could they be the answer to each other’s dream? Mave Robertson, a recent empty nester, wants the fire back in her marriage, but her husband, Jerry, remains aloof. Is he having an affair? Midlife crisis? When a neighbor suggests she “get a life,” Mave accepts the challenge and volunteers at an inner city teen ministry where she is thrown into a culture of drugs, gangs, and unwed teens. She soon discovers a friend whom she can help, but she never guesses that he might be the cure for both her stale marriage and her crumbling relationship with her father. There is something in Mave Robertson’s purse that Dareece Jackson wants . . . and he’ll stop at nothing to get it.

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