Ida, Ruth, and Mary were all imprisoned by the society they were born into and shameful family secrets that kept them confined to a world in which women were deemed chattel and liberation was a distant dream. Their prayers, in front of an enormous Oak Tree, unlock the chains of racism, sexism, and generational curses to birth a revolution of strong, powerful, and courageous women ministry leaders that continues to exist today. The explosive debut novel of The Chronicles of Eden begins with a murder, but ends with a liberating experience that will keep readers begging for more.
Explore the greatness of African Americans from the past and their relationship with an Almighty God. The stories you are about to read are all inspired by real people who walked the earth. They were farmers, steel workers, Pullman porters, domestic help, business women and men who defied the odds to claim a piece of what was rightfully theirs, ownership in the American Fabric called Freedom.