It was the best time in Jacob Hudson's life. He was about to marry Abigail Rodgers, his best friend and love of his life. Together they would build their dream home and start a family. Jacob's carpentry business was successful, and he was closer than ever to his siblings. Life was good.
1911, a time when Sir Robert Laird Borden was prime minister and King George V was on the throne, life in the Canadian Prairies wasn't easy, but Jacob was no stranger to hard work, and integrity was his middle name. Jacob and Abigail's happiness wasn't everlasting. An abrupt illness, extreme weather, unexpected debt - each obstacle more difficult than the last. Jacob was determined and trusted in the Lord, but not everyone had his faith. While Jacob thinks he can help anyone who is in need, he comes face to face with the harsh facts when he, too, has to rely on others for help. How will Jacob overcome the things he cannot change?
When his faith is tested, can he continue to trust that God will never fail? Follow Jacob and Abigail and their family back to Abbington Pickets through early 20th-century Saskatchewan and their intriguing story of a carpenter who followed his heart in a small community only to find more than he expected.