THE One God Who calls Himself "I AM" equips K.S. Housewright as family member, teacher, writer, story teller, advocate, servant, and ambassador. She is trained and serves as prayer warrior and is called "Woman of Distinction" and "Meritorious Servant" by her peers. She is an award winning writer and director; a twenty five year veteran teacher in church, public middle school, private university and cultural centers; and acclaimed advocate for children from conception to eternity. Her work is published by the Texas House of Representatives and put before the United States Supreme Court twice. In "The Sisters of Eselgroth: A Parable for a Broken Nation" One God uses the journey He traveled with Her in her own quest to bring her families together after over forty years of separation. Now he uses her to build these relationships in the image of the "adoption" into which He calls all who believe on Him. Readers will find themselves mysteriously written into the story as they watch "I Am" reach into broken hurting characters, families, faith, and nation and in the end teach them how to stand where they are planted. Believing readers will be drawn back to the story again and again and marvel at how One God gently reaches past gender, cultural, national, and global barriers and brings eternal peace. K.S. Housewright invites you to journey with her on the level path of sacrifice and redemption.