Where Courage Calls by Janette Oke and Laurel Oke Logan

I enjoyed reading this story of someone stepping out of their comfort zone and persevering to do what they feel is right.  Beth feels called to follow in the footsteps of her namesake to help teach those who might not have a chance to rise up above their circumstances.  Even though it means having to exist in conditions that are nowhere near what she is used to, she is determined to make the best of it.  I really admired her to trying to make sure that everyone had a chance and trying to make the best use of her talents and those who were around her.  I would recommend reading this book as it shows great courage and it also gave some historical insight to what it was like in that part of Canada during that time period.
I received this book free to review from Bethany House.

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