Johnny Cornflakes Paperback
A Story About Loving the Unloved
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Johnny Cornflakes by "George" was published by Christian Focus Publications in March 2010 and is our 20377th best seller. The ISBN for Johnny Cornflakes is 9781845505516.
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Johnny CornflakesMary Bartholomew, via The Good Book Stall
This story is based on an experience earlier in Denise George’s life. Some names, dates and other things have been changed to make it more readable and the whole has been edited down to a slim book that can be read in an evening – hopefully by as many people as possible. Much more than ‘fiction’, which is why it is in the Biography category.
Denise and her husband moved from the affluent south to the impoverished city of Chelsea, Massachusetts, where Timothy became pastor at the local Baptist church, to earn some money while he studied at Harvard Divinity School. At first Denise hated everything about the place. She had never before known that such poverty stricken people lived in her comfortable America. As she came to terms with her neighbours, finding there were those with hearts of gold among the seeming dregs of humanity, and those who protected their property despite the needs of those around them, she became more closely involved with all their lives than she could originally have believed possible.
Johnny Cornflakes barged his way into her life early on, and his presence is there throughout the story even when he cannot be found. Thank you Christian Focus for bringing this to a wider readership: I was so taken with it I looked up Chelsea on the web, to read its history.
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Details for Johnny Cornflakes
|Page last updated||9th December 2016|
|Author / Artist||"George"|
|Publisher||Christian Focus Publications (March 2010)|
|Number of Pages||144|