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For many years, the members of a small Pentecostal church in Ohio prayed faithfully for the Lord's blessings on behalf of their church and individuals. One Easter morning, a racehorse trainer in the congregation has a foal born to an old mare she rescued. She names him Meatball. He becomes the church mascot. When Meatball is old enough to race, he proves to be unstoppable! The church members find themselves on a wild and exhilarating ride with an unlikely champion, all the way to the Kentucky Derby! From the blessings they receive, they discover the true nature of God's plans and His love.…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
For many years, the members of a small Pentecostal church in Ohio prayed faithfully for the Lord's blessings on behalf of their church and individuals. One Easter morning, a racehorse trainer in the congregation has a foal born to an old mare she rescued. She names him Meatball. He becomes the church mascot. When Meatball is old enough to race, he proves to be unstoppable! The church members find themselves on a wild and exhilarating ride with an unlikely champion, all the way to the Kentucky Derby! From the blessings they receive, they discover the true nature of God's plans and His love.
  • Produktdetails
  • Verlag: Christian Faith Publishing, Inc
  • Seitenzahl: 126
  • Erscheinungstermin: 8. Dezember 2020
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 229mm x 152mm x 7mm
  • Gewicht: 195g
  • ISBN-13: 9781098055165
  • ISBN-10: 1098055160
  • Artikelnr.: 61148254
Autorenporträt
Susan has been a writer for many years, but this is her first novel. She coined the word "equimanity" to mean the understanding between man and horse, and it spawned the idea for a man/horse called an Equiman, a true hybrid (not a centaur!). Susan is also an artist, and has studied, ridden and painted horses since she got her first pony at age seven. At a young age she recognized the many physical similarities between humans and horses, as well as learning how to train and connect with them.Her art website is http://www.strachanjohnson.com. She lives in rural Ontario with her husband Quentin and a cat named Roly Poly.