...an engaging, well-written tale, based on facts of the day...-Angelina Fast-Vlaar, award-winning author
Restrained by the rules and expectations of a woman living in 1935, Emma is an inspiring celebration of resilience.-G. Gibson R.N., BScN
Emma demonstrates that with faith, courage, and conviction, one can attain one's hopes and dreams. A great read to remind us that in all the tough times, with faith, one is never alone.-Louise Elder, A.R.T.C., B. Music; M.S. Education
Emma Taylor has worked hard to be faithful in her role as a dutiful minister's wife in her small-town church. Though both she and her husband previously studied and served together in ministry, life in 1930s Noble comes with a different set of expectations, and she limits God's call on her life to serving the faith community and others in more acceptable ways.
After tragedy alters her plans, Emma is forced to review her life and decide whether to let other people's expectations continue to limit her call.
In Emma's Call, author Donna Mann reflects on one woman's struggle between God's calling and her church's understanding of women in leadership.