Rated 3.00/5 based
on 1 reviews
In Both Ways Edward Goble looks into the heart and life of a local minister battling temptation, success and fidelity. A pastor himself for many years, Goble brings to life a story that is full of humor, heartache, madness and grace. With the seemingly epidemic fall of popular ministers to infidelity, this is a topic that is timely and important to the church. More
Almond Grove, California is home to the growing Community Chapel Church and their charismatic young pastor, Madison Enright. Madison and his newlywed bride, Jill, moved to the struggling church right out of college and, after sixteen years of dedication, had forged it into one of the most exciting, fastest growing churches in the Bay Area.
From all appearances, Madison had it all, but successfull ministry has a way of introducing temptations into life that can undo even the greatest among us.
An old friend, Dave Bean, himself trying to discover the meaning of life and his purpose in the world, comes alongside Madison at his point of greatest need. But will Madison be able to confide in his best friend, or will he try to manage his own demons without the support of those closest to him.
In Both Ways Edward Goble looks into the heart and life of a local minister, a position he held for many years, and brings to life a story that is full of humor, heartache, madness and grace. It is, on one hand, a sad story of sin and brokenness, while on the other, an encouraging message of hope and faith.