Restoring Faith

When love grows cold and vows forgotten, can faith be restored?

Charles and Faith Young are numbers people. While Charles spends his days in a fancy Fort Collins office number-crunching, Faith teaches math to the students of Colorado High. Married for sixteen years, Charles and Faith both know unequivocally that one plus one should never equal three.

When blame becomes the order of the day in the Young household for their failing marriage—blaming each other; blaming themselves—Charles and Faith each search for answers why the flame of love no longer burns brightly. In their efforts, one takes comfort from another a step too far. One chooses not to get mad, but to get even.

Dying love is a slow burn. Is it too late for Charles and Faith to fan the embers and make love rise once again from the ashes of their broken marriage? Can they find their first love again—for each other, and for God?

I loved this well crafted book with exceptional characters that show that the success of a marriage depends on being open and honest with forgiveness and God at the center. This book is recommended for those who love Christian fiction with a strong inspirational message. ~ Linda Rainey

A perfectly wonderful read. In Restoring Faith, Marion Ueckermann writes about “real” issues as the reader witnesses a sixteen-year-old marriage in crisis. Marion has bravely explored a topic you don’t often read about—a marriage in trouble. The characters are realistic and likeable. Marion Ueckermann writes Christian fiction at its best as the reader can identify with the characters who are not perfect, who face life issues and who ultimately lift their eyes to their Father. ~ Julia Wilson, Book Reviewer at Christian Bookaholic

In Restoring Faith, this author has written a story that captures so well the reality of a marriage that is not perfect and a couple experiencing the hurts that come from trying to work through the problems. It is a beautiful story following the characters as they face these problems and realize that turning to God individually and with their relationship is their only hope. This is another inspirational story from this author that I definitely recommend. ~ Ann Lacy Ellison