Twila lived by herself in a small house next to one of the elders. Though she had cows and chickens and a horse named Good-Boy, her life wasn't about milk and eggs or her horse. It was about loving God, serving people, and finding God's answers for her concerns. When she was cheated or a favorite dress was ruined or she ached for the spider woman's soul -- in every situation, Twila searched, and God taught her something new.
Twila is representative of those many Christians who -- through the Scriptures and prayer and godly counsel -- turn to God for answers to life's challenges. Although she isn't a real person, there's no reason there can't be a growing number of real "Twilas" living today.
Well-crafted and delightfully told, The Twila Stories speak straight to the heart whether read silently or aloud to others. As an addition to a personal library or as a resource for school or family devotions, The Twila Stories will inspire young and old alike.
SUMMARY: The Twila Stories by Johnny Ruhl