Barley’s journey begins with his mother and an adoring little boy. Barley knows contentment until he experiences trauma, then finds contentment again. And so, the story goes . . . not unlike most lives. But Barley’s ups and downs, tragedies and blessings make him a witness, and even a participant in several Passion Week events. Readers see this, and the resulting transformations of the people who Barley encounters who encounter Christ.
Thomas Nelson Publishers sent me a complimentary copy of this book, so I could share my opinion with you. As you prepare for Easter, this book may help you see it in a new and unique way.