Who can you turn to when all hope is gone? In the spring of 1893, Delia Archambeau had just given birth to her seventh child on the 80-acre farm that she and her husband, Theodore, had carved out of the rugged Michigan woods. She had dedicated her life to her growing family and to her devout faith. The baptism of her newborn son, Leo, was cause for celebration and a thankful prayer to God for blessing her with a healthy family and a loving husband. When a child’s fevered cry wakes her in the middle of the night, she is thrown into a downward spiral that will shake the foundations of her faith and threaten the very existence of her family.
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