Young and hopeful, Sarah marries Abram and embarks with some trepidation on what will turn out to be a difficult journey.
Sarah grapples with her role as Abram's wife, knowing God has promised him descendants but wondering how that promise will
be fulfilled if she cannot bear children.
For the second time in their lives together, Abraham tries to control fate by giving a powerless Sarah to another man.
Finally! Something good has come into Sarah's long and difficult life. With the birth of Isaac, she becomes a personal
witness to one of the promises of God.
Sarah must grapple with the consequences of her own past decisions that have brought her now to a place of insecurity, and
in direct conflict with Hagar and Ishmael.
This creative speculation imagines what might have happened if Sarah's death occurred as a result of her grief over the
pending sacrifice of Isaac.