“Lead me Home” by Amy Sorrells, book review
The town is drying up. The farmers are selling and leaving. The businesses are boarded up. And now the church is going to close. James, the pastor, feels like a complete failure. What good is a pastor who loses all his church members?
Noble has been doing all the dairy farm work since his abusive father left. His escape has been playing his guitar and singing, especially with Shelby, the pastor’s daughter. Now music may be his ticket to escape the farm and care for his family.
Both men are learning to lean on God in these extreme circumstances, and lean on friends too.
This was an enjoyable book and easy to read. While I felt sorry for the problems these families were experiencing, I enjoyed the author’s way of showing hope through it all.
Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book from the publisher. All opinions expressed are my own.