The Wind in the Wheat

The Wind in the Wheat

Book - 1994
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As a young man growing up in Kansas, Andrew Miracle enjoys working on his family farm and singing gospel music at his small church. But when John van Grimes, an agent in the music industry, hears Andrew sing one night, he persuades the young man to join him in Nashville for the ministry opportunity of a lifetime. In Nashville, Andrew is greeted by Carolyn Hemphill, a beautiful young woman who works at the John van Grimes Management Agency. As she ushers Andrew through his first weeks in Nashville, the two spark a deep connection. It's Carolyn's steadfastness that anchors Andrew through the confusing negotiations with Dove Records and then Atlantic Records and the intense recording sessions of his first album. When his trademark song, Lost Without You, hits number-one, Andrew is thrust into a whirlwind of fame and fortune that takes him farther away from home, himself, and God. A gritty expose of the Christian music industry in the early 1990s, The Wind in the Wheat reveals one man's struggle with faith in the midst of tremendous change.
Publisher: Nashville, TN : T. Nelson, c1994.
ISBN: 9780785281467
Branch Call Number: ARVI
Characteristics: 348p. 23cm.


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