The God of All Tomorrows

The God of All Tomorrows

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The God of All Tomorrows is a Christian historical romance novel. Enjoy a heart-stopping adventure story combined with a sweet romance! In 1934, Launi Fairfield goes to the jungles of Peru to translate the Bible into an Indian dialect. She thought missionary work would be exciting, but her days are taken up with the tedious translation project. Miles Stone has been a missionary doctor for ten years. He's a confirmed bachelor, not wanting to be saddled with a wife and children as he moves around to the different Peruvian tribes. He's content with his life, until he meets Launi. Together, they end up having more adventure than Launi ever bargained for. They battle snakes, jaguars, sickness, earthquakes, and an Indian chief who wants to add Launi to his harem. Will they trust God for all their tomorrows? Read the beginning of "The God of All Tomorrows" by clicking on the book cover image.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 228 pages
  • 140 x 216 x 13mm | 295g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1514817764
  • 9781514817766

About Donna Reimel Robinson

Donna Reimel Robinson is a member of American Christian Fiction Writers. Her publishing credits include Tumbleweed Weddings, published by Barbour, as well as The Knotty Pine Chronicles and The God of All Tomorrows. She and her husband live in Denver, and they have four grown children and eleven grandchildren. You can see a list of her books, both digital and paperback, at DonnaRobinsonBooks.com.show more

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