Josh Hanes commits an inexcusable transgression against his dad's generation and society in general. An apology cannot wholly undo it. Jail time or a citation would have been an easier debt to repay. One small blunder sends nineteen year old Josh to the edge of isolation, rejection, heart ache, and loss. Stuck in a vacuum between being a high school football hero, painful career choices, and whether it's too late for college sends Josh on an unforgettable journey of self-discovery. Wounded relationships with parents, friends, and his high school sweetheart are sutured into healing bonds by an amazing spirit of grace, compassion, and truth through an unlikely messenger. Devotional Notes for Reflection and Group Discussion are included at the end of the book. Definition of the title word, granitude, is included at the end of the book.Dave Phillips. aLove you too, a she said and hit the end button. It was convenient for Josh to let their relationship idle. He was comfortable, for now ... Ia#39;m cooking one good meal, and the rest is up to you manly grill boys!a she said. aAre you goinganbsp;...
|Publisher||:||WestBow Press - 2014-07-31|