Pastor Paul has been handed the promotion of his dreams, but his formerly supportive wife doesn't share his sentiment about moving. She liked where she was. She liked her home, church family, and coffee with friends while the kids were at day care. Why did they have to move? For the first time in their seven-year marriage, Paul feels distance growing between them. As he struggles to minister to difficult people in his congregation, he also finds he has to minister to his own family. Will it be enough in time to create a united home for Christmas?
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Multiple award-winning author Kathi Macias's more than 40 books include the Quilt series, Freedom series, and the award-winning Extreme Devotion novels for New Hope Publishers. Her devotionals reach hundreds of thousands through the Christian Civic League, Black Christian News, Latino Christian News, Christians in Recovery, and crosswalk.com. The Excellence in Media Angel Award, San Diego Christian Writers Guild fiction awards, Golden Scroll Novel of the Year (Red Ink), Carol Award finalist (Red Ink), 2011 Author of the Year for BooksandAuthors.net, and an international writing contest grand prize are some of her credits. A popular speaker for women's retreats, conferences, churches, and TV and radio programs, Kathi also loves outreach to prison and homeless ministries, and praying for and aiding the persecuted church globally. A mother and grandmother, Kathi lives with her husband, Al, in California.
I am a fan of Macias and I have read everyone of her books. A Husband's Christmas Prayer is a little different than her other books. While it was an enjoyable read, it was true Macias style, inspirational, clean, faith based read.
I never put it down once I opened it. Its an easy read. Great family, the characters were very true to life characters.
This read like watching a Hallmark movie. You won't stop reading until the very last page.
I gave this book 4 stars. I HIGHLY recommend this one.
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