Kenneth David Musser, a talented storyteller, has completed his new book, "Grandfather's Enduring Love": a captivating tale of faith and tragic loss.
Musser shares, "A dramatic true story of a Kansas family extending over four continuous generations. Tragedy after tragedy would haunt this family, including the mama burning to death on New Year's Day of 1927. Papa's enduring love prevails as he raises two families of five children each. Papa's five-year-old daughter, Faithe, would be the oldest witness of seeing her mama burning to death. As a result, she would live a lifetime of depression and mental illness, leaving her to become an abusive wife and mother. A son who suffered emotional and physical abuse at the hands of his mother himself would lead a life of severe depression and acute anxiety. The emotionally and physically abused son will share five escapes or places of refuge which helped him endure his eight-year continued abuse. Throughout our true dramatic story will be vivid illustrations of a number of families' enduring love through prayer, climaxing with the greatest enduring love ever, of God giving his only begotten Son, Jesus, to die on the cross, shedding his blood for all sinners."
Published by Covenant Books of Murrells Inlet, South Carolina, Kenneth David Musser's new book follows the lives of those plagued by loss. Though for some, this loss is greatly painful, others find an escape through the loss.
Readers can purchase "Grandfather's Enduring Love" at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, or Barnes & Noble.
Covenant Books is an international Christian-owned and -operated publishing house based in Murrells Inlet, South Carolina. Covenant Books specializes in all genres of work that appeal to the Christian market. For additional information or media inquiries, contact Covenant Books at 843-507-8373.
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Original Source: Author Kenneth David Musser's new book, 'Grandfather's Enduring Love' is a faith-based drama of a family working through tragedy each in their own way