The Montana frontier, shortly after the end of the Civil War. An injured Indian girl found in the barn of a single rancher. A neighbor’s visiting relative who insists on personally caring for the girl. Language barriers, cultural barriers, danger and captivity. What on EARTH could Misty Beller’s This Healing Journey have in common with a ministry called Mpact Girls Clubs?
When Nathaniel finds a young Indian girl injured and hiding in his barn, he knows he needs help. He doesn’t realize how he is going to fall for little Itu…and Hannah, the neighbor’s sister who comes to help care for the girl. And when Itu disappears from their care, Hannah and Nathaniel go on the journey of a lifetime to find her and make sure she gets the care she needs.
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