A Promise Child ebook

Faith, Love, and Hope during the 1930s.

A Promise Child
Part of the THE PROMISE SERIES eBooks series:

Sibyl Trimble Pope, a young woman from a wealthy Oklahoma banking family, finds herself married to a handsome hobo from the wrong side of the tracks.

As the Depression rips through Sibyl Pope's hometown of Shawnee, Oklahoma, leaving dying stores, repossessed farms, and countless people out of work, she finds herself living in poverty, suffering the burdens of a changing world and troubled economy.

Sibyl wants to make the world a better place. Since her youth, she has followed her papa, a respected, clever-minded banker. Interested in politics and asking the hard questions of life, she struggles to find her purpose. She does her best to listen to God, even when her father refuses to help.


Blessings come. A new baby, a job with the PWA, and a promise of a brighter future. Then another disaster crushes her heart. Many people head west to save their families. Will Sibyl and Fremont abandon Oklahoma and their dreams for promises in California? Or will they find a way to survive in Shawnee?

THE PROMISE SERIES is based on the true story of Sibyl and Fremont Pope during the Dust Bowl days.


Sibyl hopes to become a perfect mother and housewife, while her husband, Fremont seeks employment during the great depressions he's ever known.  Do difficulties happen even while trying to do right? Faith, Loss, and Hope in the 1930s, the second in the historical series, is based in Shawnee, Oklahoma.

Reviews:Emily Yager on https://emily-yager.com/ wrote:

This faith-filled, inspirational story is beautifully told.

Mypreciousbits on Mypreciousbitsandmusings wrote:

It’s a story of faith in the most trying times, learning to trust God even when it seems daunting.

Julia Wilson on Christian Bookaholic wrote:

The 1930s was a time of great hardship but where there was love, hope, and faith, there would be survival. God will see us through all the seasons of our lives.

Published by Kathryn Spurgeon

Inspirational writer and speaker Memory House Publishing

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