About the Work
Dale Evans’ book about the loss of her adopted Korean daughter. Dearest Debbie recounts how she managed to make it through the tragedy thanks to her faith. It offers encouragement to readers going through similar circumstances.
“You will never be a closed chapter in my book of life, Debbie; you will live in my heart and I shall go right on singing the Lord’s praises until He calls me home, too. One day we shall have a great reunion. I’m looking forward to that. But until then – until then – until then, as Stuart Hamblen wrote it in his wonderful song, “Until then, my heart will go on singing…” –Dale Evans Rogers from the back cover of the dust jacket of Dearest Debbie: In Ai Lee
“Dearest Debbie. Honey, if God had told me that day when we asked for you nine years ago – after having seen your Korean picture at age three – if God had said then, “You may have her for nine years, but then she must come home,” I would still have wanted you, and still have brought you here. You brought something we can’t forget – a quality of spirit – to this house.” -Dale Evans Rogers from the front flap of dust jacket of Dearest Debbie: In Ai Lee