Two people shamed by their scars, find the love of a God with healing in His scars.
Jeff Tate can’t forgive himself for the mistakes of his past. His horrid scars remind him every day of the people he hurt.
Jessica Easton knows she is forgiven, but still shame haunts her. Her loneliness eats at her as she fights to trust God and be satisfied never having a family of her own.
When God intervenes in Jeff and Jessica’s lives, two people who thought they were unseen will learn they are not invisible but deeply loved.
Jeff Tate did a terrible thing eighteen years ago. One night, one mistake, left his right arm scarred, and his soul buried in shame. After being released from jail, and unable to find his children, he’s hidden his scars from the rest of the world and lived in lonely misery.
Jessica Easton has always been alone. She succumbed to the isolation by creating her own scars. Her shame of not trusting God to be all she has ever needed has left her empty and disillusioned about the future. Though she’ll never have a family of her own, she knows God’s forgiveness. Now she longs to forgive herself and hope again.
Neither was prepared for the life God would open for them after one mundane trip to a home improvement store.