ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Nancy and her husband Mark live in the Midwest. She’s earned a degree in architecture, traveled extensively in Europe, and has performed in numerous theaters,
symphonies, and choirs. She gives Said So Sister Seminars around the country, helping women identify their gifts as they celebrate their sisterhood. She is a fan of anything antique—humans included.
ABOUT THE BOOK:
Five people looking for a reason to keep living are about to find it in the last place they expect… In my usual “big cast” style comes a story of what happens when one man puts his faith on the line and holds up a John 3:16 sign at a sporting event. Roman Paulson’s life revolves around his son, Billy, a University of Nebraska football hero with a promising life ahead of him. But when Billy’s coach encroaches on Roman’s relationship with his son, Roman fears he’ll lose Billy forever. Roman isn’t the only one whose world turns upside down. He’s one of five unsuspecting people whose lives intersect on a bright fall day.
I have read several novels by Nancy Moser. Each of them contains a powerful message and John 3:16 follows the same pattern. In John 3:16 the lives of seemingly unrelated characters intersect and are changed forever by the heroic sacrifice of one young man. The characters are fully developed and elicit empathy, dislike, frustration, annoyance, etc. from the reader. John 3:16 is truly a story of forgiveness and redemption. I would definitely add it to my list of recommended reading.