Tonight on the Write Stuff — Eternity in their Hearts with Carole McDonnell

I think missionaries don’t receive as much credit as they need to. After all, most missionaries leave their homes to go into other countries to spread the Good News. Some people find themselves in cultures that are vastly different from the ones they left.

In particular, there are those individuals who go on missions to places where there isn’t a drop of running water in sight. The people they are trying to reach congregate themselves as tribes with rituals and customs we in the developed world may find strange, unusual, and downright horrific.

The modernized world would say these people do not need religion to mess up their way of life. They’ve existed like this for a long and don’t need our help. Yet Jesus commanded us to go into the entire world and preach the gospel. Why?

Join me as I chat with Carole McDonnell, author the tribal fantasy Wind Follower. You can call in at 646-668-8485, press 1 to be live on air. Or you can click on the link here: http://tobtr.com/8281109. TUNE IN!

ABOUT THE BOOK

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Light-skinned newcomers are changing the Land of the Three Tribes. Dark-skinned Satha and her husband Loic are torn asunder. With the Creator’s aid there is hope they will be reunited and find their mutual destiny, even if it means losing the love and respect of their families, clans, and tribes.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Carol McDonnellAs a Jamaican-American and writer of Christian, speculative fiction, and multicultural stories, I like writing stories where all aspects of myself meet. How does a Black Christian deal with Christianity, a religion which — like Islam– has enslaved them? While I believe Christianity is truth, it is also true that much of African culture was lost because of European Imperialism.

My goal in life is not to write stereotypically Christian, stereotypically Black, stereotypically Christian Black, or even stereotypically feminine stories. We all are different from our culture in many ways and very stereotypical in other ways. The stories in this book all fall in line with those I write in the following genre:

 African-American fiction, African-American Christian Fiction, Christian Fiction, Science Fiction and Fantasy, Black fiction, African American science fiction, Women’s Poetry, African-American poetry, Black poetry, Steampunk, steamfunk, afrofuturism, African American Christian Bible Study, diversity, multiculturalism, African American romance, science fiction romance, fantasy romance.

 

 

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