Sanction, Book 4 in the Covenant of Trust Series released in 2013 and was very well-received by readers. In it, not only does the Molinsky family story continue, but it connects with the Bolling family from the Foundations series, tying the two series together.
Sanction is a gentler read in many ways with young love taking center stage, but there is no lack of hard-hitting questions about life, faith and the intersection of grace and justice.
Just months after Shannon’s homecoming, she finds re-adjusting to life at home is not as easy as she anticipated. A new wave of guilt crashes over her as her family learns that her encounter with Dylan Snider was anything but consensual. Complicating matters is Matt Bolling. The former missionary kid turned preacher is more than interested in her, but she is certain after her months as a prodigal, Matt is out of her league.
With her cancer gone and retired from teaching, Bobbi struggles to find purpose beyond caring for her family. When she proposes taking over Brad’s mission, that touches off an unforeseen conflict with her husband.
Chuck’s quest for justice unexpectedly forces him to re-examine his definitions of forgiveness and grace when events demand that he seek it from and offer it to the unlikeliest people.