Synopses & Reviews
They journeyed across North America as a family--Arnold and Mrs. Pent and their eight children. Their goal was to share the Gospel and share their passion for God's Word to all those who would hear them. Piling in their old Packard and Pierce Arrow horseless carriages along with guitar and banjo, they rambled through town and city singing the songs of the faith and reciting large passages from Old and New Testaments to groups both large and small. Theirs was a family mission. They served Christ together. With great fervor and conviction, they shared their lives and hearts with the world. Filled with folksy anecdotes that take the reader back to another time in America, Ten P's in A Pod crackles with life and captures, with both humor and sobriety, the almost irrepressible spirit of the Pent Family. To the Pents, the story of faith was real and practical, and nearly every page of Ten P's contains the Words of Life--a verse or passage from Scripture that the Pent Family recited and applied, literally, to where the rubber met the road.
Crackles with life and captures, with both humor and sobriety, the almost irresressible spirit of the Pent Family. To the Pents, the story of faith was real and practical, a nd nearly every page of this book contains the Words of Life.