The Girl Who Wouldn't Die:
The Life of Linda Stewardson
2015 Women's Journey of Faith Contest Winner.
Abused. Abandoned. Addicted.
As a child, Linda Stewardson suffered horrific sexual abuse at the hands of her stepfather. After a particularly vicious attack, Linda is left for dead, only to be discovered by a passerby and revived in the hospital. But even this does not save her from her abuser, and she is pushed further into misery, and a life of drug addition, prostitution, and repeated suicide attempts.
Marianne Jones shares the story of this resilient woman’s life, and how an encounter with Christ caused a miraculous transformation in The Girl Who Wouldn’t Die.
Softcover Trim Size: 5.5 x 8.5
Page Count: 128
About the Author:
Marianne Jones is a retired teacher and published author of four books. Her work has appeared in Reader’s Digest, Canadian Living, The Globe and Mail, and numerous denominational and literary publications. She was named International Christian Poet Laureate in 2010 by the Utmost Christian Writers Guild, and is a member of The Word Guild and League of Canadian Poets. After hearing Linda’s testimony at church, she knew she had to share this powerful story.