When Trusting God Is the Only Way Out
On an average day, God jump-started her missions in her sculpting studio, revealing the face of the person she would soon meet at the grocery store, bank, or playground. The goal was always the same. Reach the lost, bring someone back to God, restore hope. But then came the tough missions—the ones that thrust Lexie Baltimore into real battle. And she had a few scars to show for it.
Tormented that she can’t reach the one person she loves the most—staunch atheist and husband Hugh—Lexie finds her own hope waning when the battle comes to her doorstep in the shape of a pastor who represents everything she wants and everything her husband is not—a godly man.
Then false accusations and rumors spin her husband and family into a precarious position, and the only way out is to trust God. But how can she convince her husband when she’s struggling to trust God herself?
This time Lexie is the mission.
(This revised second edition of the original story includes an epilogue and a Q&A with the author.)