God of the Splitsecond relates to events that are more than mere coincidences. The book of short stories starts with "Emma on the Road" as the first event the author remembers as a child seeing God in action. The other event is "Babushka in the Field" which happened 50 years and 5 seconds later, from which she coined the title of this book. The most dramatic is the "Berlin Exodus through the Red Sea," where over a thousand Mennonites escaped in a freight train unnoticed by the Soviets to get to Paraguay.The book covers the period from World War II to the present. It includes many other "God of the Splitsecond" events in the lives of Corrie ten Boom, Livingstone, Squanto, Dayuma of the Aucas, Schaeffer's L'Abri, and others. It encourages the readers to see the hand of Providence in their own lives. The original version of this book was written for the grandchildren of the author's family, for whom she made some 300 drawings to illustrate each story.Trudy Morrow, M.A., was born in 1933 in a 200-year old German colony in Eastern Europe.In the upheaval of 1940, Hitler had multitudes of ethnic people removed from their homeland and resettled in Poland and the so-called "Reich." She remembers wartime experiences and life as refugees in West Germany, but values the blessings of her American home in New England for over 40 years.The author has a Masters degree in social psychology from the University of New Haven, worked as secretary, administrator, educator, and medical translator for many years. She is the widow of an Anglican pastor and was involved in Christian education, art, and philosophy. She developed the Otaspeed-Writing SystemTM(www.otaspeedwriting.com) and is the founder of Otawit InstituteTM, Apologetics for Teens (www.otawit.com).