When Satan Came to Moose Lake by Dewey Anderson

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When Satan Came to Moose Lake

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This story is based on actual events that happened. Find out what happens when an innocent person is falsely accused of failing a drug test. The community knew he was completely innocent. They just let it happen. In this gripping saga follow this family from early childhood days of fun and excitement up to the time they must cope with the loss of a good reputation, because of the lies of two people. Go through the ten-day trial with them as they expose the lies. You will laugh, cry, get down right angry, and increase your faith in a loving God. Perhaps you can relate to the feelings this family has gone through. Maybe the black cloud of evil lurks in your town. Will it take hold in your town next? Will you be the next victim? Find out the lessons this family learned so you can be prepared. Dewey Anderson is a native Northeast Minnesota resident He served in the Army from 1966 until 1968. He graduated in 1969 with a welding degree from St. Cloud Technical College. He and his wife, Dianne married in 1972. They raised three boys, Jason, Benjamin, and Matthew. They have three fantastic daughters-in-law and four delightful grandchildren. He drove school bus for twenty-seven years counting his time with the Army in Alaska, St. Cloud, and the Moose Lake School. He drove nearly one million accident-free miles. He was a member of the Fellowship of Christian Farmers, International. He has done missionary work in Russia. Today, he operates a soybean candle company called Show Me Country Gifts. He enjoys traveling around America participating in craft shows. He still does crop farming on his two hundred and twenty acre farm. He has a great sense of humor and loves playing with the grandkids.

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