Jim and Sophie Kelley grieve as their beloved StoneGate church has split in two. Ted Jamieson, former associate pastor of StoneGate church, sues the church for letting him go and starts his own church, with about a third of the congregation. Senior pastor Aaron Blair preaches that those who leave the church are facing judgment. Sophie and Jim think both sides have lost it, and Jim wonders why their prayers for unity go unanswered.
Ralph Innes, Jim’s friend, finds an inspiration to keep praying in Jeremiah’s promise to write the law on our hearts. Will their prayers bring reconciliation to the church?
The story is an encouragement for us to pray and not give up, and to trust God’s promises whatever our current circumstances.
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|Publisher:||S. E. White|
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About the Author
Born in Silicon Valley, California, I now live in North Carolina. I worked for several years in Africa as a Bible translator, and now do computer support for Bible translators.