Drought Amidst the Flood: A True Story
Steve is new to the town of Rexburg, Idaho. With only eight dollars to his name, he faces the realization that he and his wife are temporarily homeless. When he turns to fellow members of his faith he is taken aback to learn that they are not sympathetic to his plight, nor do they offer to help. The members recall the day the Teton dam broke and the flood raged through. Rexburg had banded together that day, yet there is no help for Steve when he needs food and shelter. Steve's move west is adventurous indeed; just not in the way he had expected.
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