Questions: Is there anything that God made evil and useless? What can faith do in the most trying circumstances? Readers may find the answers to these momentous questions as they read and reflect on the book “Blackrock Redemption” (Christian Faith Publishing; 2016) by David Dockter.
The author highlights the power of faith and affirms the beauty of God's creation in “Blackrock Redemption.” For thousands of years, the place called Blackrock has been avoided and considered evil and useless. But there is one man, Ralph Masters, who believes that nothing God has created is useless and that it just takes a little outside influence sometimes to find the good. This applies to men as well as things. Before he could prove it, he died in a traffic accident, leaving his nephew, a drunken never-do-well, to prove his theory and maybe at the same time rehabilitate himself.
When reading “Blackrock Redemption,” readers will feel their spirit lifted and their hearts filled with joy as they experience the transformation of heart, mind, and soul taking place in the story. The book will encourage readers to refer to the Bible while they pore over certain events in the story.
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“Blackrock Redemption” will be displayed by self-publishing and book marketing company ReadersMagnet at their exhibit for the 2022 Los Angeles Times Festival of Books on April 23-24, 2022, at the University of Southern California campus, Los Angeles, CA.
Author | David Dockter
Published date | March 29, 2016
Publisher | Christian Faith Publishing
Book retail price | $4.09
David Dockter grew up in Colorado in the 1960s. After graduating from high school, he joined the US Navy, spending 12 years in the Reserves. He married his high school sweetheart, and together they had four beautiful kids. He lost her in 2001 after 28 years. Now he lives in Ordway, Colorado, and he is very active within the church, serving as an elder. He wants to get out to go camping and fishing whenever he can, most often in the mountains where God's creation and beauty can be enjoyed.
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