Item description for The Tare in the Wheat by Kimberly Miller Wentworth...
A spirit of disquiet has settled on Main Street First Church. Pastor Leonard senses something is wrong but tries to ignore it. Unwittingly he allows the weed of deception, greed, and conceit to take root in the form of the assistant pastor, Cole Odum. Pastor Leonard realizes he must come to terms with this weed, this tare that threatens them all...
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.1" Width: 6.58" Height: 0.94" Weight: 1.28 lbs.
Release Date Aug 14, 2001
ISBN 1588519457 ISBN13 9781588519450
Reviews - What do customers think about The Tare in the Wheat?
Enjoyable Reading about God's Faithfulness Jan 24, 2002
This book is a great book for family reading. The characters quickly come to life and have you caring about their life struggles. From beginning to end, the book captures your imagination. Its simple presentation of faith through life's up and downs is both inspiring and challenging.
Great Read for the Whole Family Jan 21, 2002
Wonderfully refreshing,well written fiction without the typical mushy and shallow romance. The many examples of Godly character in the midst of severe trials was encouraging for my own daily walk. This was a great book for my young teenage children reinforcing positive values of faithfullness, friendship, generosity, perseverance among others. We look forward to a sequel
The Tare in the Wheat Jan 18, 2002
I loved this book and couldn't put it down. I could relate to so many of the characters. I highly recommend this book - you won't regret purchasing it.
COULD NOT PUT THE BOOK DOWN Jan 9, 2002
Thoroughly enjoyed every chapter in this book. I was so interested in the way each individual just became a friend and not with fussy details, but interesting down-to-earth character traits that I could relate to. I felt like these folks were people I knew. I was disappointed when the book ended. I wanted to read more. Definitely needs a sequel to especially get Greta's husband with a new and improved attitude!! I still feel like I should send a Thinking of You card to Greta and perhaps even take a meal over. Excellent reading!
Excellent Christian Fiction! Jan 7, 2002
An excellently written book. I couldn't put it down and was disappointed when it had to end. It is difficult to find entertaining/uplifting Christian fiction which is neither "preachy" or "saccharin". As the story of the life of a church and it's administration unfolds, the stories of several families in the church are also told, and we are reminded that we must be mindful of the "tares among the wheat," not only corporately, but also in our individual lives. I hope that we will see more books written by Mrs. Wentworth.