Three weeks before he turns 18, Pat Harold Carter meets a Southern belle named Evelyn at Louisiana College, and he's immediately smitten.
Under normal circumstances, he'd proceed with a typical courtship, but it is 1944, and so he signs up to join the Navy. It's better than being drafted as an infantryman, he thinks. But two years later and in ill health, Pat is still in the Navy. Evelyn, now a junior, is impressed with the cool, young veterans who are enrolling in college.
Against all odds, however, Pat and Evelyn put faith first and decide to adventure with God. They marry, and their life becomes a poem full of truth, passion and goodness. Whether they are in New Orleans, San Francisco, Texas or in the northern desert of Mexico, the couple never fails to learn the lessons of prayer and faith as they confront the evils of the world.
Take a journey with Pat and Evelyn and interpret their life as a poem of God, written in rhyme with the life of Caleb, the Old Testament warrior. They never stop believing in God Gave Me a Rhyme.