Cornelia stood with her family in the crowded Russian train station, excited, frightened, and sad. The czar had broken the promise, and an entire colony of Russian Mennonites was moving to Canada. Homesteading in Canada meant struggling with harsh, primitive conditions. Deaths in the family left Cornelia’s faith shaken and her heart wrenched, bitter, and searching for peace. A story of spiritual erosion, God’s faithfulness, restoration, and hope, with a sobering reminder: our time of peace and prosperity could quickly change. Paperback; 218 pages.