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Agreeing to renovate a church in a remote northern Alberta town is an act of panic for a man anxious for a break from God, but ex-pastor Luke Parks needs escape from the girl who crushed his heart. He’s hoping to outrun his crisis of faith, but his doubts quickly find him. To make matters worse, he’s stuck with a snarky church secretary and saddled with an inexperienced assistant.
Through a chance encounter Luke discovers not just a lost kitten, but a deeper, richer side of the congregation. Just as he’s becoming comfortable in his new routine, life takes another swing. His ex-fiancée shows up begging for forgiveness, and in the process, turns his new friends against him.
As Luke struggles to figure out the line between accountability and forgiveness, he can’t help but wonder if he’ll ever find a place to call home.
I read this in one sitting - at the expense of the rest of the household chores. Luke flees to a small town in the middle of nowhere called Home, running from a broken heart and a broken relationship with God. Only to find that the job of rebuilding the church isn't quite as simple as what he thought.
With a main character you'll fall in love with, almost as much as he falls over his own feet, including a very cute kitty, and a cast of brilliant secondary characters, this is one of those rare unputdownable books that come alive in your hands and leave you satisfied.