The Yada Yada Prayer Group seems invincible--until tension and
distrust shake its very foundation.
Jodi Baxter is slowly recuperating from a horrific car accident,
but before she's fully recovered, other problems arise within the
Yada Yada Prayer Group--big problems. The turmoil starts when a
heroin-addicted woman charges into a prayer meeting with a knife
and isn't afraid to use it.
Things really take a turn for the worse when grim accusations
are made against Jodi's husband. Racial division, pain, and pride
are tearing this close-knit group of women apart, and Jodi isn't
sure if she and her spiritual sisters will be able to survive the
The Yada Yadas are forced to get down to the nitty-gritty in
their relationships and in their prayers. But is forgiveness
possible--not just of their closest friends . . . but also of their