The sequel to “In All Thy Ways”
Another heart-warming story of love and hate, joy and fear, triumph and tragedy set in post-war Yorkshire
By continuing to acknowledge the Lord in all her ways, as Proverbs 3:6 exhorted her to do, May Eddington found He directed her paths back from the slums of Liverpool to her ancestral home in Yorkshire, where she transformed it into a Christian hotel. Although a work of fiction, the story is based on fact – the Bible – and seeks to use this literary form to preach the Gospel of Jesus Christ. “His Banner Over Me” picks up where “In All Thy Ways” left off, introducing new characters, such as Rachael Brownlow, as well as retaining some of the former ones.
Denis Wheadon was born in 1931 in Sherborne, Dorset, England. He came to faith in Christ and was baptised in 1945, served for a period in the RAF, married his wife, May, in 1951 and was ordained into the Christian ministry in 1955. The ensuing years were spent in preaching the gospel through pastoral ministry, local radio broadcasting, and writing. His wife died in 2009, after nearly 58 years of marriage. He now lives alone in Bournemouth, in retirement, where he is still actively engaged in ministry. He has his own Christian website, parts of which are now available in fourteen different languages, at www.pen4god.co.uk.