[Download] Dance of the Ne-ak-i Ka-che-na By M. Everett Rood

Dance of the Ne-ak-i Ka-che-na

By: M. Everett Rood
Length: 337 pages
Release date: Sep 14, 2013
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Newspaper reporter Michael Jones left the busy life of Chicago for a small town in the Mid-West, but the slower pace he sought is tested quickly by a series of taunting, unexplainable nightmares.

Hunting for an answer to his terrible dreams that seem all too real, Michael's faith and understanding of God is challenged. As part of his struggle for an explanation, he encounters both non-believers and other believers, including a descendant of the Chenetau Nation of American Indians, who helps him realize his search is for answers to even bigger questions: "How does God speak to His people in unexpected ways?" and more importantly "Who are His people?" Michael's search becomes entangled in the investigation of a child trafficking conspiracy and ends as a life-changing lesson for him in how God answers prayers and works toward the good for His people.

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