Twenty-first century settlers are living in a nineteenth century town and outlying ranches in Montana for the purpose of filming a documentary. Each family has been thrown together, strangers to one ather. Occupations and land have been secured by drawing them out of a hat. The parson is an atheist. The schoolteacher does t like children. The sheriff is a cocky eighteen-year-old. Each family is dependent on one ather. With all of the coping of this new life, they begin questioning basic things and even begin wondering if the Bible has any answers. No one kws God. Their preacher does t even believe in God. But all is well, because God believes in them.
Sally (Demaray) Hull has over 40 books published. Her husband Charlie P. Hull Jr. is the photographer for most of her books covers. He also has written several books. She was her parents' caregiver in Michigan until they stepped into Heaven after enduring cancer and Parkinson's disease. She also taught grade school at a private school in New Mexico and also was a substitute teacher in the public school there. She went on to teach English as a Second Language in China to college students and also grade school children. She now concentrates on writing her books, mostly fiction.