Heavenly horse senseHeavenly Horse Sense by Rebecca Ondov

Horsewoman and bestselling author Rebecca Ondov invites you on some exciting horseback pack trips in Montana’s Bob Marshall Wilderness. Drawing on 15 years of working from the saddle, she takes you into the mountains to discover the unique personalities of horses and mules, the beauty of God’s creation, and the wonders—and dangers—of nature. You’ll experience:

*Three miracles in the life of a foal named Rahab

*How a horse’s amazing gift demonstrates God’s provision and guidance

*The ingenuity of a mule that reveals a strategy for handling trouble

*A stallion who accomplishes the “impossible” because of love and focus

*A newborn filly’s playfulness that demonstrates God’s desire for relationship

*Along the trail you’ll encounter God’s tremendous love and the wisdom He offers if you’ll only ask.

 About the Author: Rebecca Ondov spent years on horseback doing ranch duties, pack trips, and Forest Service work. She’s the founder of Blazing Ink, Inc., and the author of The Once in a Blue Moon Boot Bus  children’s picture book, Horse Tales from Heaven: Reflections along the Trail with God, Horse Tales from Heaven Gift Edition, and numerous articles for media. Rebecca enjoys her menagerie of horses, mules, barn cats, and a dog. She lives in Montana and hits the trail as often as possible.

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Sundin #D70 ©2008 Linda Johnson Photography web (2)Greetings from Sarah Sundin in California! I pray you had a bountiful Thanksgiving with family and friends. Today I have the honor of interviewing Rebecca Ondov, who turned her extensive experience as a horseback guide and Ranger into the book Horse Tales from Heaven.CAN Ondov

Rebecca, how did you get into writing?

For years I’d been working from the saddle in the Bob Marshall Wilderness of Montana, taking people on horse pack trips. During the winter of 1992 when I was “out of the hills” and working an off-season job, I reached in my mailbox and pulled out a Guideposts magazine. As I thumbed through the issue, an advertisement caught my eye. It said something like, “Win an all-expense paid trip to New Yo rk.” Guideposts was having a writing competition and would fly fifteen winners to New York, where they would be personally tutored by some of the top Christian authors in the world.

God resounded in my spirit, “Write a manuscript and send it in.”

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