Thursday, October 31, 2019

Joshua's Mission by Vannetta Chapman

When a hurricane strikes the Texas hometown of Charlie Everman, he loses most of his possessions and almost loses his life as well. Charlie's effort to recover and rebuild is made easier by the disaster relief group called MDS. MDS is made up of a group of hard-working volunteers who are helping to build new homes for the hurricane victims. Among the volunteers are several members of an Amish community in Oklahoma. Two brothers, Alton and Joshua, must embrace their differences and learn to accept one another. The girls in the group, Becca and Sarah, have a lot to learn as well. None of them are quite prepared for how much this mission trip will change their lives for the better.

This is one of those effortless reads that takes you away and leaves you feeling refreshed. The characters are instantly interesting and relatable. Reading about the problems that the characters went through was very helpful because it was a great example of how to approach difficult issues in real life in an appropriate way. This beautifully written story is a great lesson on forgiveness and love. Thank you so much to JustRead, Vannetta Chapman, and Harvest House for the chance to read and review this book!

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