Image of The Color of Hope


Image of The Color of Hope

Tate takes readers back to Hope Springs, where new characters are introduced and more is learned about familiar ones. Race relations come to the forefront of the storyline, which is very relevant today. The author has a gift for bringing God’s love and light into even the darkest situation.

Stephanie London and her husband move to Hope Springs from St. Louis so Lindell can spend part of the year in Haiti and Stephanie will have a home base. Will she fit in? Charlotte would like to move away, but feels drawn to stay for some reason. What does God have in mind for these two women, and how will He work through them to bring redemption to the town? (THOMAS NELSON, Apr., 320 pp., $15.99)

Reviewed by: 
Melissa Parcel