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The Calling Of Ella McFarland
Linda Brooks Davis

Mountainview Books, LLC
December 2015
On Sale: November 20, 2015
Featuring: Ella McFarland
292 pages
ISBN: 1941291228
EAN: 9781941291221
Kindle: B018A2PNE2
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Inspirational Historical

Ella McFarland’s dream is a teaching position at Worthington School for Girls. But scandal clouds her family name and may limit her to a life of grueling farm labor in the Indian Territory. Her fate lies in the hands of the Worthington board, and there happens to be one strikingly handsome man with a vote. Will they overlook the illegitimate son recently borne by her sister, Viola?

1905 brings hope of Oklahoma statehood and the woman’s suffrage debate is raging, forcing Ella to make decisions about her faith, family, and aspirations. When she comes to the rescue of a young, abused sharecropper’s daughter, her calling begins to take shape in ways she never imagined. Education is Ella’s passion, but a new love is budding in her heart. Can she find God’s will amidst the tumultuous storm that surrounds her?

THE CALLING OF ELLA MCFARLAND was the First Place Winner of the 2014 Jerry Jenkins Writers Guild Operation First Novel contest.

A story of family and faith in 1905 Indian Territory prior to Oklahoma statehood, a time when women's voices were silenced in public and often stifled at home.

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