This book is a moving testimony of how the Saviour can take a broken life and restore it. How the love of Jesus, through forgiveness of those who have hurt us, can redeem and bring about something new and very beautiful, in every life committed to him.
As he promised in his Word:
“I will not leave you as orphan in the storm, I will come to you.” Psalm 27.10.LB
The true life story of Julie’s journey from the door of the orphanage and the discovery of the Charted Path and Destiny, which led her to the House of the Lord.
Pam Smith who wrote Shepard’s love, was a very big help to the writing of The Charted Path and supported Julie Moss.
Shepherd Love by Pamela smith
Shepherd Love expresses the tender love and compassion of the Father heart of God, the holiness and gentleness of his intimate concern for his children.
Jesus said “ I am the Good Shepherd, my sheep hear my voice and follow me.” (John 10.14,27)
The author dedicates these words and scriptures as a source of encouragement to come ‘still closer’ to the Good Shepherd that we might learn to recognise his voice.
A gem, crystal clear and finely honed. The sense of the Holy Spirit pervades it all and just refreshes the soul. It is a beautiful and moving work.
Rev. Ray Thomas – London Healing Mission
This book is special, may it be a blessing to many.
Rev. John Collinson
The Little House who Didn’t Lose Hope
When I met Julie Moss, I was delighted and blessed to find out that the goals and vision of her ministry “Unique Women and Families” are very compatible with the goals and vision of my ministry “Beyond the Walls, USA” — bringing hope and help for the past 18 years to adults and (more recently) children who have incarcerated family members. Julie and I both desire to bring God’s hope, healing, and love to families who have been devastated by various situations and trials. We want to equip and empower families who desperately need this help. It is my honor to collaborate with her.”
– Nita Brady, Founder/Director of Beyond the Walls
Registered charity: Unique Women and Families; No. 1166330