Lead Me Home
Overview - Shiloh Griffin has no identity outside of her roles as pastor's wife and mom. Some days that is enough. But not always. Particularly when she is partnered with the always confident, always gracious Jade Smith on a church ministry project. Rather than shying away from God in her nervousness, Shiloh clings to Him, seeking every day to redeem herself. Read more...
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Shiloh Griffin has no identity outside of her roles as pastor's wife and mom. Some days that is enough. But not always. Particularly when she is partnered with the always confident, always gracious Jade Smith on a church ministry project. Rather than shying away from God in her nervousness, Shiloh clings to Him, seeking every day to redeem herself. When an opportunity arises for her to teach music at a local high school, she thinks maybe it's just the thing to give her more significance. Then Shiloh begins mentoring Monica, a fifteen-year-old student. When Monica learns she is pregnant, Shiloh must confront her own darkest secret in the desperate decision facing the teen. If she turns away, this teen's life---and her soul---could be in jeopardy. If she decides to stand up and help, she knows she's the one who risks losing everything. Stacy Hawkins Adams's second book in the Winds of Change series finds Shiloh at a life-changing crossroads: keep her halo intact, or lose her honor to save the girl's. 'Elegantly emotional and intriguing, the story reaches deep to gently touch the soul.' ---Publishers Weekly (starred review)
- ISBN-13: 9780310334033
- ISBN-10: 0310334039
- Publisher: Zondervan
- Publish Date: July 2013
- Page Count: 328
Winds of Change (Zondervan)
Books > Fiction > African American - Christian
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The only thing predictable about Adams’s latest installment in the Winds of Change series is that nothing is ever as it seems. Shiloh Griffin is the First Lady of Milwaukee’s St. Stephens Baptist Church, a role she approaches with grace, poise, and a few personal challenges. When a young woman of her acquaintance faces a monumental crisis, Shiloh must open herself to God’s wisdom and confront the pain and shame of her own past in order to help. The deeply personal reasons for her steadfast dedication to her God and her family weave themselves through this beautifully inspiring, relatable story, leading her into a deeper communion with her faith community. Elegantly emotional and intriguing, the story reaches deep to gently touch the soul. What, upon first view, is a stereotypical story quickly reveals itself to be an intricate blessing in disguise that speaks to the heart. Liberal use of Biblical references serves to enhance the story and allow for moments of personal reflection for readers as well as characters. Agent: Steve Laube, the Steve Laube Agency. (July 9)