When Martha and Sherry realize their husbands are not living the Christian life, as they did when they were young boys, they must learn to place their husbands’ and newly conceived children’s future in God’s hands.
Martha’s husband, nineteen-year-old Bradan Turehue, is getting ready to start police academy in the fall. Though the idea of Bradan joining the police force is promising, Martha cannot ignore the fact that Bradan’s lack of fellowhip with God is creating a rift in their relationship. Can pregnant Martha learn to leave the future of her family in God’s hands?
Sherry is married to the boy she was betrothed to as a child—Ken Asquinn—the older brother of her best friend Martha. Like his best friend Bradan, Ken will also soon enter the police academy and runs the risk of being estranged from fellowship with God and the church hamlet of Forest Lake. Can Sherry’s prayers to God help turn her husband around?