Jumping in Sunset
May 19, 2010 | 432 Pages
About Jumping in Sunset
Divorce is not just a fact in Christian circles, it's a common occurrence. Yet most Christian fiction dealing with marital struggles insists that reconciliation is always possible. Jumping in Sunset shows how God's abundant love works through situations where the neat, accepted answers don't. Meet Pamela Thornton, who has a comfortable faith, a twenty-year marriage, and a solid relationship with her college-bound daughter - when her husband announces he's leaving her to marry another woman. Slowly, Pamela learns to understand and experience God within the impossible truth that her marriage has come to an end.
About Dawn RinglingDawn Ringling graduated from Biola University in 1985 with a degree in communications/creative writing. She was born a writer; in fact, she barely knew her ABCs when she scribbled her first stories and poems on the back of church bulletins, grocery lists, and any other scratch paper she could find. Until 1990, she was the manager of publications for Biola, where she helped to develop a fledging advertising department into an award-winning producer of college promotional and alumni materials. A mother of three and a full-time writer, Ringling lives in Minnesota, where, in her free time, she and her family spend summers at their lake cabin and winters skiing and skating and truly embracing the beauty of the Midwest.
432 pages | Published by Multnomah
On Sale Date: May 19, 2010
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