One of the most important steps in every young person's life is coming to the place where you decide for yourself what you believe in.
Lydia, A Seller of Purple is the true story of a Pennsylvania girl looking for answers and her purpose in the closing decades of the last century. Containing all the elements of drama, suspense, romance, and narrative, this book will capture every reader's interest. Out of mean and lowly circumstances, Lydia grew strong in moral virtue and spiritual grace. Resolute in being true to her conscience, she conquered obstacle after obstacle in her faithfulness to God's service, enduring unique trials and misadventures until she at last emerged fully adjusted to a happy Christian experience.
Josephine Cunnington Edwards was a woman of no little versatility. In her full life she was a missionary to Africa, wrote over 23 books on topics such as missions, history, children, and the home. She has collaborated on three TV shows, and in addition, found time to collect dolls, dishes, Siamese cats, and to do oil painting and to travel.