Daughter of Holocaust and atomic bomb survivors tells parents' faith-filled story at Harvester United Methodist Church in Land O'Lakes Florida
How did John and Sonja Franken, as two young captives in opposite sides of the world, survive, meet and make a positive life together despite all their adversity? What did Roslyn learn from her parents about strength over suffering, faith over fear, love over loss, and triumph over tragedy that can help us all live better lives and make our world a better place? The answers to these questions and more are what make up this incredible saga that Roslyn shares on both the page and the stage in her book and multi-media presentation, Meant to Be.
Franken first presented the story of her book at the Harvester United Methodist Church in 2016. Pastor Russell O. McKee III invited Roslyn back this year to give more people an opportunity to hear Roslyn tell her parents' story.
"Roslyn Franken's presentation of her book, Meant to Be, was breathtaking!
Her parents' story was the subject of a television documentary that was nominated for a Gemini award and her book, Meant to Be, is currently in development for production as a feature film adaptation.
Franken's book is available on Amazon.com. Bulk-order discounts are available upon request by calling 613-843-0155.
Roslyn Franken is available throughout Florida and across North America to present her multimedia presentation to diverse audiences from faith-based groups to schools to community organizations, seniors, corporations, women's clubs, veteran groups, service clubs and more.
For more information and to invite Roslyn Franken to speak at your next group event, visit www.RoslynFranken.com or call 613-843-0155.