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Book details
  • Genre:DRAMA
  • SubGenre:Religious & Liturgical
  • Language:English
  • Series title:The Fatherless Series
  • Series Number:3
  • Pages:316
  • Paperback ISBN:9781667889474


Unashamed to Fight the Good Fight

by Camberlynn West

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Gunnar and Anna grew up in sheltered Christian homes in Norway, each with wonderful loving parents. WWI left them untouched in a neutral homeland. Their ultimate adventure came when they went to seek God's Will for their lives. Little did they know that their obedience to the Lord would take them to another land and cause them to do things they couldn't have imagined. They would name their oldest child Arlo and set him on a journey that wouldn't finish until a new century had come to pass.
If you enjoy the history of wars fought in the early half of the 1900's and want to see how Christians dramatically dealt with the evils from that era, this is the book for you. Dagny and Karl Vanderhoek had a child that was destined to save as many of God's Chosen people as he could. His culturally rich upbringing and equally yoked marriage to first love Anna, led to a life of adventure in another land. Following God's leading to Amsterdam, they would participate in the revolt against pure evil and ultimately know how effective their ministry had been. Their upbringing, marriage, and worship of the one true Lord made them Shameless.
About the author
Camberlynn West is an elementary public school teacher with four grown children and five grandchildren. Telling stories was and still is a hobby. Writing is the most logical outlet for this life-long learner and educator. Camberlynn's spouse of 48 years passed away in 2020 from COVID. Writing has also been a way to cope with that devastating loss.