The Roman legionnaires, oblivious to the crying child, began dividing Christ's clothes among themselves...the cruelest, Legionnaire Treatorus, grabbed the sandals of Jesus Christ.
"These are mine " Treatorus cried out.
That moment, Jesus, with a compassionate expression and forgiving eyes, prayed, "Father forgive them for they know not what they do."
What happens when Christ's sandals are given from a legionnaire to a homeless child?
Follow Eronte, the homeless child, as he encounters good versus evil through slavery, chariot races, schooling, prison, and his relationship with many characters.
What is the unseen power within this novel, His Sandals? Does it lead people to better lives?
" Elgie] captures the essence of life which challenges you spiritually to walk in His Sandals as you love your neighbor as yourself."
--Rev. Jeffrey B. Hawkins B.A. M. Div.
Minister, Gorrie-Wroxeter United Church Pastoral Charge
Paul Elgie, B.A., B.Ed., M. Ed., a retired educator, has garnered a lifetime of experiences and ideas over his 80 years, ranging from education, music, and theatre to community service. Paul has written countless essays, articles for newspapers, and published one non-fiction book called Choices: Love, Give, Serve. His Sandals is Paul's first historical novel.