Grandparent and child--Fiction; Marital conflict--Fiction; Grandfathers--Fiction; Dreams--Fiction; Psychological fiction, American
How is Christ the answer to a strained relationship with child, parent or sibling? What if I am being mistreated—what does the atonement say about that? How can I discover the desire to repent when I don't feel the need to repent? These are the challenging questions of daily life, the questions to which the gospel must provide an answer if it is to have living, cleansing, redeeming power.
The Peacegiver is a book about the answers to these questions. In both content and form it is unlike other books about the atonement, for it unfolds as compelling story in which the characters learn about the Atonement as they struggle over the problems in their lives—problems we each share. The book therefore allows us not only to "learn about" the Atonement but also to have an experience with it. [from publisher's web site]