By: Deborah A. Hodge
Cate Jones was a preacher’s daughter – and she didn’t want to be a pastor’s wife. Her rebellion led her to marry the wrong man, and when she realized what she did want, the true love of her life, David, was gone. Through prayer, and the love and guidance of her parents, Cate begins to turn her life around. Her new job teaching at a missionary school in Ecuador reunites her with David and his daughter Sarah. When trouble rears its head, Cate struggles to sort out her feelings, asking for God’s guidance to help her find her place, always searching for – The Calling.
About the Author
Deborah A. Hodge was born in Camden, Tennessee and attended college and graduate school at Union University, Jackson, Tennessee, earning a Bachelor of Science and Masters of Arts in Education. She completed thirty-three hours at Luther Rice Seminary in Lithonia, Georgia. Presently, Deborah is a teacher at Bolivar Central High School. She teaches United States history and Theater Arts. She is the chairperson of the Social Studies Department at Bolivar Central and an adjunct instructor in history for the University of Tennessee at Martin.