It quietly expands into a tale of characters taking risks and venturing into new territory. There are people of faith who defy the religious stereotypes of our polarized society: a liberal who sees Jesus, a cheerful agnostic, a painfully lapsed Catholic, and a monosyllabic ninety-year-old farmer with little education and a wise glint in his eye.
All this is spiced by a late-in-life romance between people in their fifties and sixties and given dramatic edge when a pastor gets into trouble for performing a civil union service for a lesbian couple, triggering conflict, and a surprising climax.
This is a story about people living in community with one another, ordinary people who do extraordinary things, characters who will intrigue you and make you glad you spent time with them.
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