Friday, June 18, 2021

"Finding Grace (Grace Like a River Flows Book 3)" by R. Marshall Wright

We again return to Glencoe with more surprises, twists, and turns as our story winds its way to a conclusion...or does it? God has used Reagan Lamb to touch the lives of dozens of residents since 1988. Now it’s 1997, and God uses the lives of two very different people, with age differences of over 75 years, to touch Reagan’s life in a way he could never have imagined. One helps to explain Reagan’s past, and the other the future. Together, Reagan, Jacob, and Stacey discover how God has worked his plan for their lives over the last 133 years, and He isn’t finished yet! (Jeremiah 29:11)”

"Finding Grace (Grace Like a River Flows Book 3)" by R. Marshall Wright is the best of the three in the series. It is definitely a "Wow that book is really great" I encourage you all to read this series and in order. 

This book does deal with sex-trafficking and rape, but the descriptions are not too graphic. There a few swear words and yes, I don't like them in Christian novels but they are said by real evil man so I guess readers can overlook them. Yes, the book is a clean read and Biblical stories are shared, such as the lost sheep, the woman caught in adultery and others. 

Can a pastor be a thug and still lead a flock of Lambs. Yes, I loved the play on words in this novel. 

This series has it all, love, tragic, sadness, lust, unforgiveness, angels, a twist that is really cool that shows Gods does work all things for our good. 

This book leaves this reader rejoicing that once again beauty can come from ashes. 

I really liked the Epilogue, because it ends with a song that I really like. 

About The Author

Richard Marshall Wright writes under the pen name of R. Marshall Wright. He graduated from the University of Maine in Orono, Maine in 1969 and Drew Theological School in Madison, New Jersey in 1972. He is a retired evangelical pastor, and a retired U.S. Army Chaplain with 23 years Active and Reserve service to our country. 

He has been married to his wife, Lynn, for fifty years. They are blessed to be able to spend summers on a lake in Michigan and winters in Sebring, Florida. They have two children and five grandchildren. Marnie is married to Arick and is the eldest and has been a stay at home mom rearing three active boys...Luke, Levi, and Loden. She holds a Masters degree from Northwestern in communications and is a writer. Trevor is married to Lori and is a successful pastor in Findlay, Ohio. And he too writes. His two are Emma, who is the oldest grandchild, only girl, and her brother Cole. They are extremely proud of everyone in the family.

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