A broken family discovers the healing Balm of Gilead…
Becca and Luke’s mom walked out on them when they were kids. Now they’re teenagers and starting to figure life out on their own. So why has Joan Taylor come back? With the Morrisons standing close to this hurting family, this season will stretch everyone’s faith and trust like no other time in their young lives, and lead them to discover God’s overwhelming peace.
The release versions of this season are longer than the radio version by 22:51 on CD and 43:16 on MP3.
The MP3 version of this season is longer than the CD version by 20:25. The following MP3 episodes are extended:
As fall sets in around the town of Coleraine, Becca becomes agitated when Brooke doesn’t want to plan the Annual Spring Ball with her. Meanwhile, Michael sets his sights on breaking a yardage record at the football playoffs.
Justin offers to work on Timmy’s project for the Coleraine Community corner, but Timmy becomes worried when Justin doesn’t seem to want to work with him. Meanwhile, Ben Taylor decides to be more intentional about doing special activities with his kids.
Brooke is having trouble connecting with Becca and Luke, and her plans to reach out are interrupted by a commitment to Grace for Mr. Key’s birthday. Meanwhile, Joan Taylor is approached by Monica Richter about finding housing in Coleraine.
Joan Taylor has news to share with Becca and Luke, changing her future in Coleraine and her relationship with her broken family. Meanwhile, John has to manage both an unmanageable list of tasks and Timmy’s fretting for his mom when Mary leaves on a church retreat.
When Michael is given an assignment to write a computer program with assistance, he tries to prove himself to Justin by not asking for his help. Meanwhile, Becca has a run-in with Joan when Mary takes her out shopping, leading Mary to wonder how best to reach out to both of them.
Cut off from her daughter and at her lowest point yet, Joan Taylor seeks out Mary Morrison for answers to her pain. Meanwhile, Haley starts obsessing over her appearance, wanting to style her hair in a more mature fashion.