John's Quest - eBook
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Vendor: Barbour Books
Publication Date: 2012
Series: Truly Yours
It's amazing how quickly life can change. Overnight, Monica Crawford finds her neatly organized world turned upside down. Her sister abandons her blind son, Scotty, leaving him on Monica's doorstep. Caring for a handicapped child brings unexpected conflict-but unexpected joy as well. When John French volunteers to tutor Scotty, he finds himself irresistibly drawn to Monica. But John and Monica are very different. She is a strong believer, determined to live her life for Christ. John is an agnostic who wants nothing to do with God.Will John see the light? Will Monica realize that sometimes letting go of a dream is the way to achieve it? Only in full surrender will either of them be happy- whether they end up together or alone.
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JudyMom2ArizonaAge: 45-54Gender: female4 Stars Out Of 5Life is unpredictableAugust 9, 2013JudyMom2ArizonaAge: 45-54Gender: femaleQuality: 4Value: 5Meets Expectations: 4John's Quest by Cecelia Dowdy
Monica Crawford was recently promoted in her job, happy with her best friends from church and accepting her singleness. It's still a sore spot seeing the man she loved with his wife and child at church, but she was over him, right? Then everything changed. Her sister who had disappeared with her blind son two years ago knocked on her door, left Scotty with her and heads off to see the world. The first man she meets in two years that grabs her attention isn't a Christian. How can life change so quickly?
John French teaches at the University but on the side he enjoys teaching blind students their math and braille. He wasn't able to help his younger brother so this is his way of giving back. When he takes on tutoring Scotty he would love to take on dating Scotty's aunt. Only his religious beliefs and hers stand between them.
A story about accepting changes and believing that God is big enough to change others. Also how someone with a disability may need some special attention but it's important to treat them as you would anyone else.
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