Deals with hard decisions well, such as "Is God calling me to the mission field?" Book was instrumental in a difficult time, very inspirational. Humor is great, you'll want to keep reading.
Far too soon after their wedding, the call of war had separated Jerry and Marjie Macmillan and plunged them into the most difficult challenge of their lives. Jerry's dramatic survival during the sinking of his aircraft carrier and his reunion with Marjie and their new daughter signalled theie new beginning. But while the Macmillan family has much to celebrate in Jerry's safe return to a hero's welcome, they must face the reality of his imminent return to the navy. With Jerry's father's health continuing to deteriorate and winter setting in, something must be done to keep the farm going if Jerry is not give a special discharge. Must it be sold as his father has concluded? And where will Marjie and the baby go? Difficulties on the homefront and orders to return to service are pressing in on them when near-tragedy strikes the Macmillan farm. Jerry and Marjie are faced with the potential of an even greater disaster. Will their newly found faith be strong enough to carry them trough? With all the characters you came to love in Far From the Dream, the charming second story in The Gentle Hills.
Just as good as the first!