Based on Randall Arthur's own life, this re-release of his best-selling novel tells the story of a broken man's search for the only surviving member of his family, and about the enslaving hypocrisy of Christian legalism. Will Pastor Jason Faircloth find the granddaughter who's being hidden from him---and peace with God? 336 pages, softcover from Multnomah.
This rerelease of Randall Arthur's bestselling novel presents the hypocrisy of Christian legalism and a man's search for the only surviving member of his family. The story's hero, Pastor Jason Faircloth, embarks on a journey that lasts eighteen years and takes him through four countries in a quest to find the granddaughter who is being hidden from him. In a process that mirrors our own spiritual journey, he discovers a rich relationship with God and the peace that finally comes with true faith.
For twenty years, Randall Arthur was a missionary pastor in Europe. With his wife, Sherri, he founded and organized churches in Oslo, Munich, and Berlin. He has lived in Georgia since 1998, recruiting, training, and leading short-term mission teams that assist churches in Western Europe.