Frances Seymour was contentedly working in the office of a large church, when hurricane Isabelle pushed her out of her comfort zone. Suddenly she found herself swept from her nice house with two baths into a camper as she and her husband began work with North Carolina's hurricane victims.In Peril and Promises, Frances shares her spiritual journey and battles through honest and humorous prose and heartfelt poetry. Her story will propel your heart toward a greater yearning for the lasting things of God and leave you hungering for more quiet time and knowledge as you seek to actively serve God through your own life passions.Frances knows the physical, mental, social and spiritual perils all must face. At six, she was stricken with rheumatic fever. At age 42 she had radical brain surgery to correct epileptic seizures. And, although she had accepted Christ as her Savior early in life, it was not until her 30s that she completely surrendered her life to His lordship. She is now completely healed and seizure free.She is married to David and continues to work with hurricane victims in North Carolina. To learn more about David and Frances' ministry contact the North Carolina Baptist State Convention or view their website at www.ncmissions.org. You will also find a complete listing of the many mission opportunities available here.