Bind Us Together
Leah is a college senior majoring in Special Education. For her student teaching assignment, she is placed in the very school her roommates Down Syndrome niece attends. Unfortunately, there is a teacher there who likes to “cram” his Christian beliefs down everyone’s throats, or so Leah thinks. Leah is Jewish and is relieved to discover that the dreaded “Mr. Dee” in no longer at the school, or is he? Daniel is one of the Special Ed teachers at Lincoln Elementary and the teacher with whom Leah is assigned to work. From day one, they start clashing, literally, and it only seems to get worse. Though they are both physically attracted to each other, it looks like a relationship is unlikely. Dan, however, is determined to not only win Leah’s heart to Christ, but to also win Leah’s heart forever. Through prayer and guidance and a dear friend from his church, Dan realizes that he needs to reach Leah in a different way. Leah rejects the information Dan tries to give her and looks for any way to prove him wrong. She soon starts to have some doubts about what she has been taught, or not taught, by her Rabbi’s. In her attempt to prove Dan wrong, Leah realizes that she was the wrong one all along. She accepts Yeshua as her Messiah, much to the delight and disappointment of many. Maybe she can finally stop fighting her attraction to Dan and spend the rest of her life with him. Join Dan and Leah as they walk through opposing beliefs in the scriptures. Travel with them and enjoy the twists and turns that take place on this ever-important journey.
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