Joe Galloway lives in the Upstate of South Carolina, but he grew up in New Orleans and misses real po-boys on good French bread. In fact it was while driving to the Big Easy that the entire story of The Broken Door flooded into him.
By day, Joe works as a Financial Advisor. He strives to grow perfect tomatoes and enjoys the week-long struggle to complete the Wall Street Journal's crossword puzzle. And on special occasions his wife, Charleen will make Baked Oysters.
I was blessed to visit with my dear friend Tom O just weeks before he died. He shared some powerful insights on his suffering and suggested that I put them into a story. I share that story with you. God Bless you, Tom and all of us.
The Broken Door is a story of abuse and redemption. A dark secret lurks in the soul, born of a heinous event that happened to a young Tommy Kennedy. He hides behind a façade of worldly success as he grapples with the memories and recurring sinful activities he can't seem to stop. On the back deck of a mountain shack, Tommy confronts his brokenness and begins to believe in God's unconditional love.
Gert's acloholism make her children want to stay away. But this Thanksgiving, they will all come together for the first time since their father, Pa-sir passed away nearly two years ago. And with him gone, who will act as a buffer?
Set in New Orleans, come share the holiday with the Davis' as they learn the truths of what it takes to overcome the hurts of family dysfunction and find peace.