In this intriguing tale of heroism and high adventure, the story of young Daniel and his friends taken captive into ancient Babylon runs parallel to that of a Jewish-American family decades into the twenty-first century. With the help of Christian friends, the family flees the ever-increasing worldwide barrage pf anti-Semitism, relocating in their new homeland of Israel.
Although separated by thousands of years, these two stories are woven together, bridged by an all powerful, unchanging God as He carefully guides each one through many overwhelming dangers into their own unique place of divine destiny. About the Author:
Jennie Hassett was born in Oak Park, Illinois, where her parents ministered at a small Free Methodist Italian mission. She grew up in California, and graduated from Seattle Pacific University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry. When she moved to Santa Barbara, Jennie trained as a Radiological Technologist, and worked in this field for forty years before retiring in August 2004. At the age of five, she was saved and later baptized in the Holy Spirit at an Episcopal church in Santa Barbara. Jennie now resides in Gainesville, Texas, where she has a small art studio and divides her time between writing, music, painting, and spending time wiht her three children and five granddaughters in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
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Jennie Boice Hassett was born in Oak Park, Illinois, and grew up in California. She received a degree in chemistry from Seattle Pacific University, and after working for forty years in the medical field as a radiologic technologist, recently retired. She lives in Gainesville, Texas, where she has a small art studio and divides her time between writing, playing music (keyboard and piano), painting, gardening, and—most importantly—spending time with her three children and five granddaughters in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.