A Minnesota Mom – Volume 1

This is the story of a 1960 Minnesota mother who struggles to keep up with three small children and housework. Barely able to cope, even with all the modern American conveniences, she panics when her husband begins to talk about volunteering to go to a primitive mission field.

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A Minnesota Mom – Volume 1 – Beginnings

Written by Patricia Carlson Stendal

This is the story of a 1960 Minnesota mother who struggles to keep up with three small children and housework. Barely able to cope, even with all the modern American conveniences, she panics when her husband begins to talk about volunteering to go to a primitive mission field.

Volume 1: Beginnings
Long Ago and Far Away

Tells the first part of her story. Several interesting tales from the family trees of the main characters of this true story show how God works down through the generations to accomplish His good and loving purposes. God uses ordinary people, people who are weak and flawed in themselves, but by His grace, they are instruments of mercy.

Patricia C. Stendal

I was born in South Dakota, grew up in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and graduated from the University of Minnesota with a degree in Elementary Education and a minor in Social Studies. I am particularly interested in American History and American Indians.

I married Chadwick M. Stendal, a civil engineer, and taught in the Minneapolis Public schools. We had three children in Minneapolis, and later a fourth child, who was born in Colombia, South America.

In 1964 we went to Colombia, South America to live with a primitive Indian tribe. Presently we have 15 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren. My interests remain American history, Indians of North and South America, reading, writing, education of Indian children, cross-stitch, and World News. In March 2015, my husband Chadwick M. Stendal passed on to his heavenly home. During the year of 2016, 5 new grandchildren, including twins, were added to our family. I continue to live in Colombia, South America and have the plan to write one more book during 2017.

 

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