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A moment of senseless thinking causes Faith to run away with her boyfriend to LA. After feeling like she's made the biggest mistake of her life, a surprising turn of events leads her to a place she's never heard of before-a Victorian house in Cross Creek. When Faith arrives, she steps into her destiny, sharing her gift with love and confidence. As she meets the town's colorful characters, a handsome and heartbroken rancher among them, it becomes very clear she was brought here to heal this community and help them to believe.
As the summer begins to heat up, testimonies are given, change is underway, and plans for an old-fashioned tent-revival are made. A warm summer rain falls bringing temptation, and Faith's deepest fears-will she be able to trust in God's love once again, and heal the people of Cross Creek?
Unabridged audio MP3-CD; 8 hours 12 minutes of listening; 1 MP3-CD; Read by Dara Rosenberg.
Vendor: Brilliance Audio
Publication Date: 2016
There’s something different about Faith Countryman. It’s not just her beauty, quick wit, or quirky sense of humor either. It’s that she’s divinely inspired.
Born under a crashing rainstorm on a ranch in central California, Faith discovers her gift of healing as a young girl. But poor judgment causes her to run away with her boyfriend to Los Angeles. It seems like the biggest mistake of her life until a surprising turn of events leads her to a place she’s never heard of—a Victorian house in Cross Creek.
When Faith arrives, she steps into her destiny, sharing her gift with love and a confident spirit. As she meets the town’s colorful characters—a handsome, heartbroken rancher among them—it’s clear she’s been brought here for a reason: to heal this community and to help them believe. The summer heats up. Testimonies are given. Change is underway, and plans begin for an old-fashioned tent revival.
Then a warm summer rain falls, bringing temptation and Faith’s deepest fears. Will she be able to trust in God’s love once again and heal the people of Cross Creek—and herself?