Spotlight Shining on Ada Brownell

Rather than a work of fiction, this week my spotlight author shares true testimonies of events where God intervened, inspirational stories that will encourage and lift you up.


About the book:

Irene Hoselton found her kidnapped children after 38 years. Ennis Surratt, known as the “meanest man in town,” changed in a moment. John Feliciano, blinded in an industrial accident, sees instantly. Marjorie Eager’s family escapes death when God stops a forest fire. A mother prays on her deathbed for her sons to meet her in heaven, and years later God grabs Gary Hilgers out of sin and turns him around. More amazing chapters by Ada Nicholson Brownell originally published in The Pentecostal Evangel, and reprinted in this book–enough for every week of the year, with three bonuses.




About the author:

Ada Brownell, a devoted Bible student, has written for Christian publications since age 15 and spent much of her life as a reporter for The Pueblo Chieftain in Colo. She also is a veteran youth Christian education teacher. After moving to Missouri in her retirement, she continues to write books, free lance for Sunday school papers, Christian magazines, write op-ed pieces for newspapers, and blogs with stick-to-your-soul encouragement. She is the author of eight books and more than 350 articles and stories published in 44 Christian magazines.

NON-FICTION BOOKS: What Prayer Can Do; Facts, Faith & Propaganda; Imagine the Future You; Swallowed by Life; Confessions of a Pentecostal.

FICTION: Peach Blossom Rancher; The Lady Fugitive; Joe the Dreamer: the Castle and the Catapult. WIP: Love’s Delicate Blossom.

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Where to find the book: Amazon

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