A woman pastor deals with her past, discrimination, a challenging congregation and single motherhood--and in so doing discovers renewed faith, hope and love.
The Rev. Dee Anna Hanson thinks she has left her rigid fundamentalist upbringing behind. What's more, she has faced a crisis of faith abd has weathered the tragic death of her husband. She is finally enjoying life raising her daughter and serving a middle-class congregation in a city she loves. Then she finds herself the pastor of a a rural congregation with more than a few characters, deals with an all-male board of deacons, learns to like venison, faces her past -- and questions all she thought she knew. Sometimes, asking the right questions can be more important than having the right answers.