Eva Leaf was born in the USA to World War II refugees. Moving across international borders is still a part of her life. Canada – she studied theology. USA – she taught in two church schools on the Mexican border. Portugal – a missionary. And now England – she helps others grow in God.
As a young woman, however, she experienced hunger, danger and homelessness. She understood what it meant to work like a slave, without the strength to escape. But God has a way of righting things. In the midst of it, she discovered the God of all comfort, the just and good judge.
Today, Eva is an author, both traditionally and self-published. She has also led a publications team for a charity called the Navigators, and she still works with them parttime.