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Majuba House [Paperback]

By Joyce Sidey Brogdon (Author)
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Majuba House is the story of a past era that has relevance in the new millennium. It is a timeless message of hope for people who are born into unusual circumstances and raised amid times of uncertainty, strife, or war. The setting is a tiny village in Suffolk on the east coast of England, and covers the period from 1934 through the war until 1946 when the author and thousands of GI brides sailed to America. The book follows the author's progress through the happy, innocent early years as a foster child, through the tumultuous teen years and into an abrupt adulthood. It recounts the national, family, and personal turmoil that began with the outbreak of war, and shows God's merciful guidance in the search for eternal truth and everlasting peace. The unique house where love abounded symbolizes life as it should be. It exemplifies dignity, grace, and strength: qualities that endure in an ever-changing world. It symbolizes in an earthly way how God's heavenly mantle of security covers us, guides us, and protects us long before our spirits are awakened to the realization of His protective love and salvation.

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Studio: Xulon Press
Pages   388
Est. Packaging Dimensions:   Length: 9" Width: 6.12" Height: 0.95"
Weight:   1.28 lbs.
Binding  Softcover
Release Date   Jan 24, 2003
Publisher   Xulon Press
ISBN  1591604737  
ISBN13  9781591604730  


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Early and Innocent Lifetime of a Lovely Person and Place  Jul 23, 2003
I had the joy of reading much of this book on Father's Day. In addition to learning about the early and innocent lifetime of a lovely person and place, this book caused me to reflect on my relationships with the FATHERS in my life as well as to hope that my four children and eight grandchildren have as fond memories of their time with me as the author has had with her FATHERS.

The recurrent theme of this book is that the author's life has been and continues to be dedicated to two FATHERS. Her most important FATHER is her LORD and the other is her surrogate Father, Dadda Saunders.

This book provides a lovely description of the childhood and teenage years of a person whose life-experiences reflect God's love and guidance throughout her life. The book demonstrates that from an early age the author had a recognizable, but ill-defined, innate trust in God's purpose for her life. She knew that God had prepared her in His own way for His own purposes.

Dadda Saunders owned the Majuba House. Dadda was physically handicapped from injuries he suffered during World War I; but, his dedication to and obvious love for the author knew no boundaries. Portions of the book describe how he spent much of his time with the author. In brief, Dadda was the most important person in her life.

Dadda and the Lord taught the author to appreciate many things, including integrity, faithfulness, honor, and a love of reading. I have had the pleasure of knowing the author for several years and I am pleased to note that both she and her husband exemplify each of these characteristics.

Respectfully submitted, Craig D. Turnbull, PhD

 
"A wonderful book"  Jul 7, 2003
"Joyce Brogdon is a gift from God! Her life's story of growing up in pre-world war 2 England as a child will touch your heart as she searched for acceptance and a sense of belonging. It captivated me as I read chapter by chapter. It was such a blessing to watch how God put just the right people into her life that gave her a sense of belonging especially in the Majuba House. The book takes you through World War 2 and the trauma of living in a country that was ravaged by war. But, the overwhelming message is when Joyce trusts Christ as her Savior and finds the forgiveness and healing that was so long needed in her life. In Christ she found eternal acceptance and belonging and a home that is forever. I wholeheartedly recommend this wonderful book"!

Thank you Joyce, for allowing me the privilege of reading this book.

Dr. Wayne Barber
Senior Teaching Pastor at Hoffmantown Church, Albuquerque, NM, and President & Founder of To Live Is Christ Ministries. Taught for Precept Ministries for 14 years and was a full time conference teacher until called to Hoffmantown.

 
This is NOT a review. It is information for your listing.  Mar 5, 2003
The Publisher is Xulon Press

The following is quoted from the back cover:

Majuba House is the story of a past era that has relevance in the new millennium. It is a timeless message of hope for people who are born into unusual circumstances, and raised amid times of uncertainty, strife or war.

The setting is a tiny village in Suffolk on the east coast of England, and covers the period from 1934 through the war until 1946 when the author and thousands of GI brides sailed to America.

The book follows the author's progress through the happy, innocent early years as a foster child, through the tumultuous teen years and into an abrupt adulthood. It recounts the national, family and personal turmoil that began with the outbreak of war, and shows God's merciful guidance in the search for eternal truth and everlasting peace.

The unique house where love abounded symbolizes life as it should be. It exemplifies dignity, grace and strength: qualities that endure in an ever changing world. It symbolizes in an earthly way how God's heavenly mantle of security covers us, guides us and protects us long before our spirits are awakened to the realization of His protective love and salvation.

You may wish to add it to your listing. Please do not post it as a review. I am the author's husband. Thank you.

 

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