"Have you ever loved someone that you never had?" No doubt, this is possible—loving someone you’ve never had. If not you, then maybe someone you know. In PROMISES BEYOND JORDAN, George Landris speaks these words to Theresa Jordan, his wife-to-be, just as he rushes off to search for Johnnie Mae Taylor (a woman he once loved) after learning she and her family were in a serious car accident. Being that it’s nine days before he and Theresa are set to wed, a natural sense of uneasiness starts to loom. But then, Theresa has a few problems of her own brewing. One of which stems from a promise her father—Richard, now Bishop Jordan—made thirty years ago to Lena Patterson: a twenty-year-old woman critically burned in a fire. As secrets begin to surface, they may prove to be Theresa’s (as well as some others’) undoing. Add to this mix, a scandal threatening to split—if not destroy—Wings of Grace Faith Ministry Church (along with its unconventional, dreadlocks-wearing, Word-teaching pastor), and you have all the necessary ingredients for a spirited, drama-filled, smorgasbord of a story. Help yourself to the buffet!
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