Candle in the Window
A Lamplighter Theatre CD Audiobook
84 minutes play time.
Tully wants more than anything just to make his teacher smile. But no one knows that Miss Ravenstow is trying to escape the pain from her past. No one, that is, except Tod the mailman, who holds in his hands something far more valuable than a special delivery. Discover a very special Christmas story that opens the door for those seeking shelter from the pain of their past.
Inspire your entire family with a beautiful portrayal of how God can use a simple candle in the window to bring hope for the future and an encounter with the Light of the world.
Join Finnian Jones as he takes you back to the times of World War I and the blizzard of 1917, where his great grandfather served as a mailman to the poor folks of the Smoky Hill Valley. Though it will take a miracle to survive the storm on that fateful Christmas Eve, he knows that Christmas miracles are all about special deliveries.
About the Author
Margaret Hill McCarter became well known during the early 20th century for her novels set in the background of the Kansas Prairies. She was born in Indiana in 1860, attended Earlham College and then taught school in her home state, before moving to Kansas in 1888. There, she rose to become head of the department of English at Topeka High School. She married Dr. William A. McCarter in 1890.
McCarter began her writing career in 1901. Her writings include The Cottonwood’s Story; Cuddy’s Baby; In Old Quivira; Cuddy and Other Stories; and Candle in the Window. Later she wrote The Price of the Prairie, portraying settlers in post-Civil War Kansas and A Wall of Man, detailing the struggle between free state and proslavery factions. Her stories always appealed to readers who appreciated her detailed descriptions of the landscape and events.