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The Contract by William E. Forhan

The Contract

Unveiling The Healing Power of Forgiveness.

by William E. Forhan

Pages: 278

Dimensions: 5.06 x 7.81

  • FICTION - Religious
  • FICTION - Family Life - General
  • FICTION - Christian - General

Type : Paperback

ISBN : 9781632216250

Price : $17.99

Robert McCarthy is a middle-aged priest with a secret past. That past explodes into his current life threatening his marriage, the respect of his family and his parish ministry.
How he discloses the news of his college indiscretion twenty-three years earlier opens doors to powerful new relationships. Taking everyone involved on a journey that is a testimony to the power of Christian love and forgiveness.
On his journey of confession, McCarthy is forced to deal with issues of homosexuality, judgementalism, divorce, pride and the importance of marital commitment.
Through the depth of support from his own marriage McCarthy is moved to restore long ignored relationships.
The bonds of three families are healed and restored through celebrations of life experiences including fishing, holiday gatherings, the discovery of unknown family connections and a wedding.

William Edward Forhan is a publisher, CPA, businessman, and US Army
Veteran. Bill and his wife Carol are high school sweethearts. They began
their voyage together over 50 years ago in a ceremony at St. Patrick’s
Catholic Church in Butte Montana. Their crew has grown to include two
sons, their wives and five grandchildren. Their journey includes stops
in Oklahoma, Germany, Colorado, Iowa, Montana, California and now
Washington state. Bill was raised Roman Catholic and Carol was raised in
the Lutheran Church. They found a Christian home in the Episcopal
Church. Carol is now an ordained Deacon in the Episcopal Diocese of
Spokane. Bill and Carol have been involved in Christian renewal programs
like Cursillo and Walk to Emmaus encouraging Christians in every
denomination to become leaders in their church and community.

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