Using winsome, wise words dealing with the guts of our faith, Kelli draws on years of pastoral experience and her encounters with Holy Love to offer the church this powerful witness to God's truth and beauty. There is a warm, personal tone in this book that reaches out and grabs you where you live. The genius of packing so much great theological reflection in such deeply personal letters is that one can't 'safely' read this book. You will be engaged, caught up, and mercifully changed by this book.
An award-winning television producer and pastor collects letters she’s sent to spiritual inquirers far and wide.
Sorg’s warm, welcoming debut nonfiction work continues a millennia-old tradition of spiritual discussion and instruction in apostolic letters to the faithful. She clearly intends these missives to be more conversational than official—the type of advice, encouragement, and gentle reproof that a pastor might dispense to departing congregants after a Sunday service. Her dispatches cover a broad range of faith-related topics, and they’re united by the author’s unaffected, straightforward manner, something she sees as missing too often from official church pronouncements.
A gentle, understatedly wise collection of reflections on issues of modern Christian faith.