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Marie Monville, a life-time resident of the Lancaster, Pennsylvania area, often sat alongside her father in his milk truck as he served his Amish and non-Amish neighbors. She married her high school sweetheart, then gave birth to three children. The first 28 years of her life were quiet, predictable, and full of regular day to day country living. That all changed the day her husband barricaded the Amish schoolhouse at Nickel Mines, just one mile down the road, and murdered one Amish schoolgirl after another, before committing suicide--a horrific scene that stunned the entire world. That day was October 2, 2006. And though she knew that day that the life she'd known had just been shattered, that very same day God infused Marie with an unearthly assurance that he was with her, present and trustworthy, and that he would not fail her. Today, Marie is remarried to Dan Monville, and their blended family is a testament to the healing kindness of God. Today, Marie speaks nationwide as she and Dan continue to raise their five children in the Lancaster, PA area.
Cindy Lambert, a freelance writer and editor, is a veteran of the bookselling industry. For nearly two decades she owned an award-winning bookstore before expanding into leadership roles in distribution, editorial, and publishing in such companies as Ingram, Simon & Schuster, and Zondervan, where she served as vice president and associate publisher. As a speaker Cindy has addressed audiences in publishing and bookselling conferences as well as churches and retreats. She and her husband, Dave, have six children and eight grandchildren, and live in Michigan.
An Excellent book I could really feel what Marie Roberts must have been going thruPublished 27 days ago by paul peterson
Beautiful true story of how God will redeem a terrible situation if we allow Him to direct our steps.Published 1 month ago by Dave Beachy
This was a very interesting book. I remember when this tragedy happened, and I was eager to read the book to see what exactly between the families involved (both the Amish... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Margaret Mihaliak
This book is such a testimony of what the grace of God can do in the face of tragedy. I found it profoundly moving from beginning to end. It is not only inspiring but well written.Published 1 month ago by Carol B. Johnson
The only time I've read about this kind of faith is in the Bible.
Thank you look for revealing yourself through this story.
Excellent! Shows the power of God and His care for Marie and her family, and care for the Amish in the midst of
such a terrible act.
This was a well written story. Be prepared to cry at intervals as the story unfolds. Didn't want to put the book down. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Arlene T.