Tomorrow Will Be Better

Life on a Missouri farm in the earliest part of the 1900s is anything but easy. And Dolly Hemphill faces ordeals that might do in a lesser woman. Yet Dolly, throughout her trials and struggles - lean times, the loss of a beloved husband, betrayal by another and raising a large family - indeed, "tomorrow will be better."

Her deep love for her husband, Isaac, and their children molds a courage and strength and a faith in God, that carry her through. Those same traits are passed on, or learned, by her six children in their own lives, and they, in turn, touch others' lives.

And so it goes: Faith, hope, and love lending endurance for today and growing into joy for tomorrow, and tomorrow, and tomorrow...