Stepping out on her own at mid-life, Connie remakes herslf with a new career. Along wih her faithful dog, Sam, she moves to her first solo assignment as a pastor. This account takes Connie through that first year at Old West where she beats down the antagonism of being a women in what was considered a man's job while keeping the best of the old but yet revitalizing a traditional church. Because of inexperience, Connie is often fraught with indecision as she attempts to help those in her congregation with age-old problems, such as loneliness, grief, inability to forgive, poor health, dealing with difficult people, and abuse. Sam goes to work with Connie each day and is sometimes immense help but then there are days that he gets into mischief and acts like what is expected from a dog.
- Publication Date
- Aug 22, 2015
- All Rights Reserved - Standard Copyright License
- By (author): Suzanne Mundell Waring