Seen through the eyes of seven year old David Cornerstone, the story offers a little “soul food” in order to restore and increase one’s Christian faith. After being faced with the frightening news of his father’s illness, young David discovers that sorcery and wizardry are not needed. All that is needed is faith in Jesus. Miracles then occur.
“There’s no wizardry or darkness about the truth. Just light,” says first time author Faye Hunter, who has taken as a title for her full color, illustrated children’s book a play on the quote from Psalms 118:22: “The stone the builders rejected has become the cornerstone.”
As a survivor of childhood abuse, the author became passionate in 1995 about establishing a home for abused children. “God gave me the vision of funding this home, The Olive Branch, through this little book,” the author said.
Faye announced that the purchase of each copy of David Cornerstone will help fund the home and will make every reader of the story part of God’s vision for helping His children through The Olive Branch.
David Cornerstone is available on-line in paperback through Amazon and Barnes and Noble and at www.outskirtspress.com/
Genre: Religion/Christian education/children and youth
About the author:
Faye Hunter is from southern Georgia and is the sixth child in a family of eight. She has worked for the federal government since 1986, and from 1986 to 1991 she served in the U.S. Navy as a hospital corpsman during Operation Desert Storm. For her service on the home front in Desert Storm she received the Navy Achievement Medal.
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