Molly's Promise to Faith

by Mary Cushing & Cover design or artwork by MaryKate



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 7/21/2006

Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 24
ISBN : 9781490725468

About the Book

Molly's Promise to Faith, is a fantasy of facts about a little girl who lives in Plymouth, Massachusetts and dreams about the National Monument to her Forefathers. Her grandmother tells her how neglected the monument has become and how many people don't even know why it is there. In Molly's dream the monument comes to life and Molly looks for the missing statue of Faith. This story is based on the true story of a replica of the monument being found in the town dump. Through Molly's dream the reader learns the meaning behind the reason for the statue being built and calls on a new generation to remember and come home to our nation's roots. In other words, "Don't take Faith for Granite!" Kirk Cameron has produced a film, "Monumental" which is was released in March 2011. It is available on DVD. He traces our nation's faithful roots and the National Monument to the Forefathers is featured in this film. Watch Kirk Cameron's speech at the foot of the monument on You Tube, when he visited Plymouth in September 2010. This book is a great tool for young children, and illustrated by young children, on understanding this special monument. Great Home School book!

About the Author

Mary Cushing moved to Plymouth, Massachusetts 44 yrs. ago from the "Prairie State" Illinois. Her Midwest roots have always given her a love for her country's roots. She feels an immense need to pass this love on to our present and future generations.
"For where your treasure is your heart will be also."
-Matt. 6:21

Her hope is that others will treasure the sacrifices of our Forefathers and learn from their "Faith." She is married to a retired Plymouth Police Officer, they have three children, seven grandchildren plus one in heaven. Molly is her oldest grand daughter.

For information to purchase copies of this book or make a donation to the monument, please contact Mary Cushing via email at