Wheat Fields is the story about the social trauma of change brought on by the introduction of the mobile combine harvester. On another level, the story is about the very meaning of life. Of particular interest is the concept of God. How does God enter into our lives? How does God communicate with us? Do we have the skill to recognize situations where God is trying to communicate with us? Would we recognize Divine Intervention even if we saw it happening?
Wheat Fields suggests the best chance to encounter God is in the ordinary circumstances of life. The book demonstrates real examples of Divine Intervention in a very ordinary occupation, namely, wheat farming. The question to us is this: when God appears in our lives or offers to help, do we respond to it? An even more basic question is whether we even recognize that God is there offering to help us. I invite you to enjoy a very good story, and to celebrate the extraordinary dimensions of life that are demonstrated both here and in the very ordinary circumstances of your own lives.