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Bitter Roots
Bitter Roots
Author: John L. Moore
ISBN-13: 9780840767592
ISBN-10: 0840767595
Publication Date: 1993
Pages: 223
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Publisher: Thomas Nelson Inc
Book Type: Paperback
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From the back cover: "The McColley men love the land. They are rugged individualists who know what they want and go after it. They have no need for God or religion. Their grandfather, Alistair Angus McColley, taught them that only women and weaklings need religion. But that is about to change...

As the McColley family reunites to honor the late patriarch Alistair, Reba McColley - Alistair's devoutly spiritual daughter-in-law - visits the deepest, darkest parts of the family's souls where she hears sins never before confessed. On her journey, Reba learns how the bitter roots of generational sin have entrapped the lives of the ones she cares for most, including her husband, Donald.

By revealing these secret family confessions, the pain and suffering felt by the McColley family for generations starts to melt away, and the heart of this rugged Montana family begins to open up to God's healing in a way never thought possible."
223 pages, 14 chapters. Medium sized print.