Since when is marriage a prerequisite for employment?
Can they pull off a marriage that will lead to a lifetime of true love and friendship? They're going to have to! May the H-E-A commence!
As a popular author of a basic handbook on eschatology, Jesse Stallard has enough fame to last him a lifetime. He’s convinced that the Lord has convicted him to serve in a small congregation instead of the mega-churches that keep making him almost-can’t-resist offers.
That’s when he discovers the little church of Chapleford, Ohio is anxious to fill their pulpit and they couldn’t be more perfect if they tried. Right up to the moment they told him they wanted a married minister serving in their pulpit. What?
Add to that unsettling development the startling news that his beloved Mrs. Nesbit, a woman who has been like a grandmother to him his entire life, has found the perfect wife candidate, and he’s ready to run. But that conviction…
April Duncan has heard about Jesse for the past three years, and while she’d never admit it to anyone, she’s half in love with him already. So when April learns that Faith Nesbit plans to set her up with Jesse… object marriage, well… only if Mrs. Nesbit insists! *insert silent squeals here*
There’s only one glitch. Jesse needs to be married before he assumes his role as pulpit minister on May first, and April has always dreamed of being married in her namesake month. Can they pull off a nice wedding in six weeks?
Can they pull off a marriage that will lead to a lifetime of true love and friendship? They’re going to have to! May the H-E-A commence!