President of the Helping Hand Club of Chicago's Christian Fellowship Church, Meesha Morrison proposes starting a couple's therapy ministry. Her husband's been so busy climbing the corporate ladder, he hardly ever spends time with his family, and Meesha believes this could be just the thing that can save their marriage. Eventually, four couples take a leap of faith and sign up, and soon begin sharing the issues putting the most strain on their relationships, including grown children moving back home, an unplanned pregnancy and growing pains in a newly married interracial couple. Secrets and lies are exposed and dealt with in a powerful tale that heralds the importance of communication and the power of forgiveness.She shivered from the northerly wind that caused the silver gray Pontiac G6 to sway. The car didna#39;t start. ... though the console separated them. Her hands trembled slightly. aNot a problem. Please call me Calvin.a The minister turned to Zoraanbsp;...
|Publisher||:||Urban Books - 2006-12-31|