The men who live there are treated worse than stray dogs come to beg for food; the children are treated worse than that. The women won't even leave home anymore. Welcome to the Hollow, an old strip-mining town that's been almost totally abandoned-except for the few who didn't have a way to leave. Being ostracized, insulted, and humiliated generation after generation has led the sweet, incent people of the Hollow to keep almost completely to themselves. Now, the children are dangerously close to dropping out of school, just like all their parents, because of the horrible treatment they receive at the hands of the faculty and students alike-until Pastor Josh Morrow and his wife, Charlene, show up and change everything. Now, the girls are excelling in basketball, the boys in baseball, and the men and women are t only finding hidden strengths and talents, they're being recognized for them. Discover the simplicity of the Hollow people's live- cars, telephones, television or radios, just their faith in the Lord and in each other. This lifestyle is the reason they are abused, but it is also the very thing that keeps them going despite it. The Hollow: Living in the Shadows is a truly inspirational tale about faith, commitment, and victory over adversity through pure Christian example.