Mick Carter is a rising star in the contemporary music world. He loves the crowds, the singing, and the praises he leads in the concerts. A man of God who has spent his life inspiring others is jolted by events that send him to prison for fifteen years for a crime he did not commit. His faith in God is challenged by the men he meets in prison, but they are all he has, and he learns how thirsty they are for meaning and purpose for their lives.
He discovers God’s plan for him among the lost, angry, and afraid souls in the prison as he begins to share his faith. Like Joseph in Genesis, Carter finds God’s purpose for him is greater than anything he could have planned.
Linda McClung graduated from Virginia Baptist Hospital School of Nursing. The College of New Jersey, and Seton Hall University. She spent 50 years as a nurse then retired to South Carolina to enjoy lakeside living near her family. After several serious health issues, she decided to write something for her grandchildren so that for years to come they would never forget what was important to her. She enjoys reading, gardening, and fishing in the lake. She lives in South Carolina with her husband Ron.