Majuba House is the story of a past era that has relevance in the new millennium. It is a timeless message of hope for people who are born into unusual circumstances and raised amid times of uncertainty, strife, or war. The setting is a tiny village in Suffolk on the east coast of England, and covers the period from 1934 through the war until 1946 when the author and thousands of GI brides sailed to America. The book follows the author's progress through the happy, innocent early years and into an abrupt adulthood. It recounts the national, family, and personal turmoil that began with the outbreak of war, and shows God's merciful guidance in the search for eternal truth and everlasting peace. The unique house where love abounded symbolizes life as it should be. It exemplifies dignity, grace, and strength: qualities that endure in an ever-changing world. It symbolizes in an earthly way how God's heavenly mantle of security covers us, guides us, and protects us long before our spirits are awakened to the realization of His protective love and salvation.