Human life is precious beyond measure, because every single person is created in the image of God. For Seth Terrell, this belief spilled over into every area of his life, especially in how he led his family. When he first had the idea to bring his mother, Ruby, home from the nursing home where she was recovering from a bout with caner to live with his family, he knew it wouldn't be the easiest thing in the world. An extra person in the house meant one less room available for the bed-and-breakfast they ran... Even between that and Seth's décor shop and fine art painting, things could end up being a little tight for a while.
But one weekend puts a twist on things. A bed-and-breakfast guest seems to recognize Seth's name after seeing it on a business card, making him act strange, and eventually leave early the next morning without a word of explanation.
Why has Seth's name triggered such a response in, Dr. Harold Foster, the guest? And furthermore, why does his name strike recognition in Ruby?
Chad Stembridge is a cinematic storyteller who happens to also write a few things from time to time. Samantha (his wife) is his absolute bestest friend; together they're learning about an organic lifestyle, encompassing everything from food to faith in Jesus Christ. Chad has published two novellas and one non-fiction book (with more in the works). Interesting facts: he likes his kefir not too sour, enjoys the smell of rain in the summer (who doesn't?), and loves bouncing ideas off his wife. As far as earning a living goes, Chad owns a video production business, has won a Telly award, and can't stand mediocre art.