Miracles and Other Reasonable Things
A story of unlearning and relearning God
Paperback |192 pp |198 x 126 mm
Beyond her ability to make a breath-taking sentence, and to tell the truth about the dying and rising of faith, Sarah can tell a story as if she is whispering it straight into your heart. She is, by her own definition, a dangerous woman, with wisdom to spare about learning to love the broken miracles God offers us once were honest about where it hurts.
Miracles and Other Reasonable Things will surprise and delight you. Sarahs writing is so breathtaking, sometimes you think you are reading poetry. The story is so thrilling, sometimes you think you are devouring a novel. And the Spirit she describes is so compelling, youll swear you experienced a revival. You wont put it down once until you close the last page. We are so lucky to be readers in the era of Sarah Bessey.
In her captivating, trademark weave of theology and memoir, Sarah Bessey tells us the story of the car crash that changed her body and how it ultimately changed her life. The road of healing led to Rome where she met the Pope (its complicated) and encountered the Holy Spirit in the last place she expected.
Insightful, profound, and unexpected, Miracles and Other Reasonable Things is a wild, spirit-filled story of what it means to live with both grief and faith, suffering and joy, as we wrestle with God.