Grace in the Desert (Book 4)
Must yesterday’s pain strangle tomorrow's hope?
Rachel Macdonald is learning how to navigate the unfamiliar new world of being a Christian.
Her father rejected her years ago. Now he claims to be a new man. Surely God can't expect her to forgive him? Forgiving feels like a denial of all the pain he caused.
Will Rachel remain bound by anger and hurt, or embrace the future God has planned?
Past tragedy almost overwhelmed Pete Klopper. Now he's taken over the family nursery it could be the fresh start he hopes for. But only If his past doesn't drag him down.
For Pete, the hardest person to forgive is himself.
Australian, contemporary Christian fiction.
If you like thought-provoking Christian fiction, relatable characters, and real emotion, then you’ll love Christine Dillon’s soul-stirring series.