In Nathan Monk’s third book and first novel, he weaves a story of redemption and hope.
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The Miracle

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Miracles aren’t always what they seem. No one knows this better than Patrick Thackery; his family built their empire as faith healers. After the sudden death of his father, Patrick and his wife must abandon their dreams to raise their three daughters in his family home, reluctantly pastoring the church his grandfather built. How does one lead a faith-healing congregation without any faith? When a cancer diagnosis strikes his own family, Patrick is forced to turn to the miraculous to heal his wife. But miracles can come with a price.

When it seems that neither God nor Science can provide the answer he wants, Patrick abandons everything he knows for a life of self-destruction. He is finally forced to face what healing really means by confronting the demons in his own life. He wanders far away from the life and church he once knew. Will the new friends he makes along the way bring him closer to God than his grandfather’s pulpit ever could?

In Nathan Monk’s third book and first novel, he weaves a story of redemption and hope, with a rich deposit of characters that look deep into the conscience of the Church and what it means to truly love ourselves and our neighbor. This story takes the reader on an edge-of-your-seat journey that leads youto the only possible conclusion when everything else fails: grace.

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Praise for The Miracle

“I was pleasantly surprised by this first time novelist’s work. I enjoyed this story of redemption. I found the characters believable and compelling. As a reader, I’ve reached the age / stage where I no longer force myself to finish a novel. If I come to a point where I realize that I don’t really care what happens, I stop reading. I was eager to continue reading this one.”
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“You have to read this book. I’ve been tempted to start a Facebook group called “not that kind of Christian writer” and I think Fr. Nathan Monk would fit in a group like that. Thankfully, this isn’t your typical Christian fiction fare because I hate that kind of book with an unholy passion. This book is real. I am a selfish reader, I see myself in everything I read. Reading fundamentally ch ages us. As a porn addict in recovery, as an ex-fundamentalist, this cut deep into my soul. I read it in one sitting. It’s healing and redemptive. It teaches redemption.”
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“For an author's first novel I was pleasantly surprised at how thought out, but not over thought the book was. You can feel the story flow. Well-put together, with depth that some authors need a multitude of books to reach. I'm broadening my genres of interest to see how this author progresses. Definitely looking forward to the next.”
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About the Author

Nathan Monk is a social justice advocate, author, and former Orthodox priest. He lives in Pensacola, FL with his wife and three children. He is the author of Chasing the Mouse: A Memoir About Childhood Homelessness, and Charity Means Love: Transforming the Culture of How We Give. He works with nonprofits and local governments to address issues associated with homelessness, poverty, and social justice.

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