The Girl and The Forest reveals the struggle of young Elisabeth as she seeks to find her own way in the world apart from the constraints of her mother and grandfather. As the euphoria of her new found “freedom” melts away into the rough sea of unforeseen consequences Elisabeth learns first hand the paradox of liberty through obedience.
In A House For Molly a God-breathed desire which has come loose from the boundaries of its proper birth gets put back on track through the powerful ministry of disappointment.
Through the beauty of a fairy tale the reader gets a startling look at how seeming riches can mean much less (and seeming poverty so much more!) when one gets to view them from the vantage point of eternity.