Two Testaments Author:Elizabeth Musser In March 19622, as the ceaseefire takes effect in Algeria's was of independence, extraordinary circumstances force ordinary people to question their preconceived notions of faith, trust, and control. — Leaving behind a man who haunts her memories and another who fills her dreams, Anne-Marie Duchemin flees to southern France to escape the escalati... more »ng terror and bloodshed in Algeria. Arriving in the village of Castelnau, she is befriended by Gabriella Madison, a young American exhange student, who encourages her to volunteeer in a local orphanage, now a haven for children displaced by the war.
As Anne-Marie pours herself into her newfound work, she discovers information that shakes the very foundation of her being. Unable to predict what lies ahead and confronted with her need to trust Someone bigger than her fears, Anne-Marie learns thatin life, waiting is the hardest part.« less