On Zion's Hill

On Zion's Hill

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Angie and Ken who have just completed their first year of college, are committed to earning their degrees without the distraction of dating, but when they meet on Zion's Hill, at their church camp meeting that August of 1963, they experience a strong attraction. During that week of camp, each is torn. They reflect on funny and frank, fanciful and faith experiences that helped shape them into the goal oriented woman and man they are today. Should they listen to their hearts? Must they avoid one another to reach the goal of finishing college? Can they trust that it is God leading them to one another now? By the end of the week, each must make a decision. What will it be?show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 328 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 18.8mm | 562.45g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1507860455
  • 9781507860458

About Anna J Small Roseboro

ANNA J. SMALL ROSEBORO is a wife, mother, and veteran educator. Born and raised in Detroit, Michigan, Anna attended camp meetings on Zion's Hill as a pre-teen and teen where she met in 1963 the man she married in 1966. Once a parent, she returned to the grounds with her children and stayed in her mother's cottage, located on Phillips Lane across the road from the tabernacle. A National Board Certified Teacher, Roseboro has taught middle school, high school and college students, served as chair of an English Department, coached a competitive speech team, and directed an academic summer program for students in grades five through twelve. She is active in her profession serving on state and local boards, and as a mentor in the Early Career Educators of Color Award program and the Emerging Leaders Fellowship, both part of the National Council of Teachers of English. During her nearly fifty years as an educator, Roseboro has lived and taught in five states from Massachusetts to California, has authored three books on pedagogy, a number of articles for professional journals, and has had her poetry published. She is a frequent speaker at state and national conferences and for chapel talks. A member of a group exchange of educators sponsored by Rotary International, Roseboro represented the United States in four East African countries, and in 2009 was awarded the Distinguished Service Award by the California Association of Teachers of English. Now retired with her husband, Roseboro has returned to her home state where she devotes herself to supporting the ministry of the New Covenant Community Church of God. She maintains a professional website, Teaching English Language Arts and is collaborating on a project to gather and publish stories of other couples who met on Zion's Hill in West Middlesex, PA and later married, to be released in a collection, Sweethearts of Zion's Hill in the summer of 2016.show more