At twenty years of age, Nathaniel Maxwell Adams Jr.,
better known as Nate, fulfills a prophecy he made
eleven years prior by moving to Pine Haven. What he
hadn't planned in his youth, though, was to become a
pastor, especially since his parents adamantly oppose the
idea. So, as he shepherds a flock in the growing Montana
town, he feels called to another smaller yet no less
significant mission field: his mother and father.
For years, orphan Hailee Annigan was just a ragamuffin,
roaming the Cincinnati streets trying to keep food in the
mouths of her two younger brothers and herself. This often
meant thieving, which landed her in the Sanctuary of Hope,
a home for delinquent youngsters. There, her life changed,
thanks to her patient, loving teachers. Now, at eighteen, she
pursues a dream to become a teacher herself and bravely
accepts a position in Montana. She still has faith that she'll
find her brothers again someday, but for now, she's ready to
put the past behind her.
When their paths converge in Pine Haven, their lives begin
to overlap in ways they can't ignore. And they must discover
if God intends for their destinies to converge, as well.