About The Warrior:
Early one morning, Elizabeth Anderson awakens from a vivid nightmare in which she sees a young man of about twenty years old dying after a terrible motorcycle accident. “Don’t die if you don’t know Jesus,” she calls out to him just before she awakens.
As Elizabeth ponders her dream, she becomes convinced that the young man in her dream is a real person. Naming him “Timothy” she begins a 10 year prayer vigil for a man she has never met. As the years go by, those prayers change not only his life, but the lives of her own family members as well.
The Warrior is a moving, powerful testimony to the power of prayer and God’s desire to redeem every life. “The effective prayer of a righteous person accomplishes much.”
About the Author:
Joyce Swann homeschooled her ten children from the first grade through master’s degrees. She is a well-known author and speaker on the subject of homeschooling. For nearly a decade she was a popular columnist for “Practical Homeschooling” Magazine. She now blogs regularly on parenting, homeschooling, and Christian lifestyle issues. Joyce has co-authored two other novels, The Fourth Kingdom and The Twelfth Juror, both of which were published in 2010.
Her personal story of her experiences raising and educating her family is chronicled in Looking Backward: My Twenty-Five Years as a Homeschooling Mother, published in February of 2011.
She is also the author of two children’s books, Tales of Pig Isle and The McAloons, which began as stories that she told to entertain her grandchildren. Joyce and her husband John live in Anthony, New Mexico, in the same house where they raised their family.
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