Mary has a secret.
A piece of her past is so painful and shameful that she has told only her parents. Now as a vibrant young woman from a Mennonite family, Mary’s secret stands in the way of her finding happiness. John, a missionary passionate for the Lord’s work, wants to make Mary his wife. How can Mary commit to him when he doesn’t know her true self?
“Francis? Is that you?” With those four words over the phone, the life Francis—a single-mother of two—knew comes to a screeching halt. On the other end of the line is Mike, a man that Francis hasn’t seen or heard from in ten years. He is the father of her children, and he left her in the worst possible way. Now he wants to be in their life again. How can Francis ever move past what he did to them?
As Mary, Francis, and their loved ones wrestle with unconscionable acts, their futures depend on the answer to one question: Can they find the grace to forgive? Although a sequel to Grace for Tomorrow, this book stands on its own as a story about the human condition and how Divine inspiration can change everything.