REVIEW: Lead Me Home by Amy K. Sorrells

Sometimes what we are looking for really is in our own backyard.  Pastor James Horton and young adult farmer Noble are both searching for the thing to show them purpose due to their circumstances.  James has a dying church as the congregation is dwindling and the folks cannot afford the upkeep.  Noble is running the family farm after his dad runs off on the family.  Noble, though, has bigger aspirations and wants to see what is out there for him.  James feels defeat with the loss of the church and his earlier loss of his wife in a car accident.  Both are adrift and wondering where to find “home.”

I thought it was a very good story about small towns, the things God puts in our paths, and finding out place.

Thanks to Tyndale House Publishers for providing me an ARC for a review in my own words.

Lead Me Home

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