When Thomas Landis travels from New York City to be the one and only doctor in a small clinic he experiences the friendships, cultural differences, and the warmth of the Mexican people. And then Luz arrives; a volunteer in the clinic, and a stream in the desert to Landis’ parched soul. Throughout their exciting, but troubled courtship the couple often turns to prayer where they are refreshed, inspired and guided along the way.
Landis begins to dream that he will discover the father he never knew, and will also become a father to an as-yet unborn son. Is it too much to hope for? Or is Mexicana the kind of mystical place where such things can actually happen? After all, when you come to Mexicana you will find out what it feels like to live in a town where ‘no one ever turns you away’.