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God's Gift (Love Inspired, No 35)
God's Gift - Love Inspired, No 35
Author: Dee Henderson
Missionary work in Africa was the most difficult and faith-affirming work James Graham had ever faced, and warm, homey presents from a Good Samaritan back home gave him the hope he needed to carry on. But an injury brought his work to a sudden halt and sent him home to Chicago. — There, James met the woman who'd sent those thoughtful gifts, the c...  more »
ISBN-13: 9780373870356
ISBN-10: 0373870353
Publication Date: 7/1/1998
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Publisher: Steeple Hill
Book Type: Paperback
Other Versions: Hardcover
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This book was written in typical Dee Henderson is a book that is hard to put down, you are glued to it till the conclusion.
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Can't go wrong with Dee Henderson. I've never read one of her books that I didn't enjoy.
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Thirty-five-year-old James Graham is back in Chicago fresh off six years in the mission field, but not by choice. A bug bite in Africa has left him with a severe, arthritis-like condition that comes and goes, leaving his joints stiff and swollen, and James finds he is unable to continue building clinics for impoverished communities until his body recovers.

The women in Henderson's novels usually have strong personalities and surprising careers, and those in GOD'S GIFT is no exception. Almost immediately, we meet James's mother, Mary, who raises Samoyeds, and the gorgeous Rachel Ashcroft, who owns a brokerage company and is working on her first book. Rachel fuels her intense workaholic lifestyle with grief over the loss of her fianc, with whom she shared ownership of the company. She and her friends, Dave and Lace, have a comfortable, loyal "Three Musketeers" sort of friendship that will be the envy of every reader. The witty repartee and generous giving between the trio provide some enjoyable, often humorous moments throughout the book.

Soon, the threesome expands its circle to include James, who muses: "He'd never experienced anything like it, a camaraderie coupled with loyalty that went so deep as to be nearly unbreakable." A gentle goodness permeates the novel. There are no bad guys with evil intentions, just the battles fought with physical limitations, depression, disappointment, and grief. Few readers will not be able to relate to at least one of the challenges faced by the characters, and be absorbed by how Henderson plots the way they will meet them with faith and courage.
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James Graham, home on furlough to recover from an exotic bug, longs to return to his work as a missionary in Africa. Then he meets a lovely lady named Rachel? Will James stay in America? Will Rachel go to Africa? Can they both find the healing they need?

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