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To me, Gore's story shows how parents can affect their children in ways they may or may not even know or intend. More importantly, it shows that God is always there right in front of us, waiting for us to come to Him just as we are. He wants to transform us into something only He can, but we have to ask Him to be a part of our life.
This book was engrossing, I read it in one day. I expected to read about Gore going through classes, learning German and the ways of the Amish, to become a member of the group. But instead, what I read were details of a heartbreaking life that lead her to make one bad choice after another. Her story has a happy ending because she found salvation in Jesus. I think you will enjoy Sherry's journey to the life that she feels God lead her to live.
Read an excerpt here.