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Reviewed by Carol Coetzee for Readers' Favorite
In Convergence, a Christian fiction novel, Patrick Null takes us on a fascinating journey into the life of a young pastor. Evan lives with his wife Madison, and two children, twelve-year-old Penny, and nine-year-old Noah. Three years ago they lost their home to a fire, and Jenny, their teenage babysitter, was killed during the blaze. Noah has been withdrawn and quiet since the ordeal, and Evan is facing his own demons. Evan feels called to minister to teenagers, and decides to visit a juvenile detention center to minister to the youngsters there. Here he meets Maria and Jamal, two of the detainees, who are being released. He senses their curiosity, and follows up with them after their release. This leads to an insightful journey of hope, betrayal and redemption. A must-read.
When we need a bit of human comfort, we often turn to our pastors, knowing they will have guidance and advice to offer us. In Convergence, Patrick Null shows us the other side of a pastor's life. We see that life is not all rosy, even for a pastor. They too have doubts, misgivings, and sometimes trust the wrong people to have their back. A heart wrenching tale of a young pastor and his family dealing with the aftermath of a horrendous tragedy, and trying to get through it in their own way. Along this path lies treachery, betrayal and salvation. A deeply provoking look into the depths of human love, and the strength one can draw from God to overcome all obstacles in your path. A wonderful, uplifting read.