Nancy Peterson, a feisty, hard as nails, redhead Conglomerate Trust Bank agent celebrated her thirtieth birthday alone. All alone. Her fiancé and only true love, ever, lay in a casket alongside two other guards, because of a poor management decision.
LIFE IS ABOUT MAKING CHOICES—MILLIONS OF THEM – Unfortunately, one bad choice can lead to serious consequences and a lifetime of unhappiness, without the aid of God. Amy Wentdorf’s mother is one such person who made a bad choice, then another, and another, and another.
Will Amy’s rehabilitated mother fit in on the ranch? Will she be able to meet Amy’s demands? Will her past stay buried? Will she forgive herself and will Amy? What’s her future? Will it give hope to others in her situation, or keep them trapped in self-destruction?
ALL ABOUT MONEY or ALL ABOUT GOD – He who has the most stuff wins. This myth is all too common. Materialism is an extremely addicting character trait and a devastating one.
USING OUR EXPERIENCE TO ALTER OUR FUTURE – After a life-time of fishing and sacking groceries, Ernie thinks there might be more to life, but needs his sidekick Earl for support. He talks him into joining him to enroll in the Radisson Area Technical College.
When convicted people receive the label of “Felon”, it hangs with them the rest of their lives. It does not seem fair after they have served their court ordered sentence. The court system is satisfied, yet society continues to condemn them.
SUFFER THE LITTLE ONES TO COME UNTO ME – Child abuse is at an all-time high. It goes hand in hand with hard economic times. Too many discouraged parents take their frustrations out on those they can bully. It’s usually their children and household pets.