In the 1970’s three young girls become best friends when they are drawn into a fundamentalist church which promises them safety, love and salvation. They discover that membership comes with a price when they must forsake their families and give up all that is important to them. This is the story of their spiritual journey through several years in this group and the experiences that challenge their endurance and their faith.
The events recounted in this book ring so true of this authoritarian movement where the powerful people in control seem to be severely lacking in empathy towards the very people who actually provide the money and the muscle for the entire enterprise—the hardworking, dedicated “common” people. In fact, the aristocracy in this movement seemed to glory in sticking it to those below them, whether it be evangelists over ministers, ministers over deacons, or husbands over wives. – J. Eubanks
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