|Wade Fransson continues his relentless search for answers in the phenomenal sequel to The People of the Sign.
In the wake of the spectacular implosion of the Worldwide Church of God, Fransson gingerly steps through the piercing splinters of that organization while launching a new career. He negotiates bus crashes, the dot-com bubble, 9/11, hypnotism, and corporate corruption to pursue a higher calling that leads to serving the needy in India. As his focus turns to homeless children in the teeming city, farmers in a remote agricultural area, and the HIV+ infected living in their own separate village—his marriage crumbles around him. The insights and transformational lessons are personal, but have universal appeal.