Kathi Macias has written a new Chistmas classic. Her story of the homeless living on the streets of a northwester town is both sad and, eventually, offers hope. Josie and her two kids are left homeless after her husband dies jobless and deeply in dept. Those events have left her faith in disrepair and nearly gone. Through friendships - both from the street and from the community - Josie (and the reader) begins to understand that God is faithful and good.
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