Author Alice Hargrove Cutts was born to the late Felix Hargrove and Mable Horton Hargrove as the third of thirteen children. While growing up, she and her family often traveled to the rural backwoods of Lester, Alabama (Limestone County) to visit her great-grandmother's farm. That rural setting laid a solid foundation for the Hargrove family, as it changed their lives forever.
In Through the Storm-Through the Night, Hargrove Cutts reminds us that it's not the big battles we experience that make us who we are; it's how we survive the day-to-day storms of life that shape us into the character of God.
This book is dedicated to the memory of her father, the late Felix Hargrove, and her great-grandmother, Louvenia White Grigsby. Felix, the son of a sharecropper, and Lou, the daughter of former slaves, through their lives, reflect the strength of unconditional love through sacrifice.
It's raw, it's real . . . it's life. You'll laugh and you'll enjoy Hargrove Cutts's heart-warming snapshots of her journey through the storm. Through the Storm-Through the Night is a wonderful story of family and unconditional love.