Having received a letter from Jayden after their arrival home from Ecuador, Ben and Tessa had hoped he’d be on his way home soon, but concerns about Jayden’s growing attachment to the young, beautiful Angela Morgan make them wonder if he’ll ever be prepared to leave her and come home to them. They have no choice but to pray and wait.
Meanwhile, Jayden falls deeper in love. He attaches himself to Angie’s family, who have problems of their own in the form of an unexpected pregnancy. Jayden is amazed at how Angie’s parents handle what could be every parent’s worst nightmare in a loving, caring, non-judgmental way.
As Jayden’s sixteenth birthday is celebrated on both of sides of the world, changes are afoot. Jayden has started attending a Bible Study run by Angie’s youth group, and although he’s interested, he needs proof God is real and is determined not to get caught up in any of the emotion. Will he tell her the truth about himself, even if it means he might lose her?
Kathryn goes from bad and worse, but Jayden never expected to see her on the headlines of the news. What has his mother done?
Although they’d rather Jayden was home, Tessa and Ben make the most of their time alone prior to the birth of their baby, but when Tessa is rushed to hospital and Ben is unable to be contacted, all Tessa can do is pray.