One man’s backward glance at unexpected lessons, the beauty of relationship, and God’s mysterious guiding hand.
Bestselling author and poet Calvin Miller turns his hand to the most moving story of all – his own. The reader is taken through a myriad of experiences of a young man coming of age in mid-20th century America. Following his life into college, seminary, a small local church and eventually to a new life as an author and professor, the memoir touches on those points that make all of us uniquely human and intensely vulnerable.
|Contributor(s)||Dr. Calvin Miller|
|About the Contributor(s)|| Dr. Calvin Miller
Dr. Calvin Miller is Professor of Preaching and Pastoral Studies at Samford University, Beeson Divinity School, in Birmingham, Alabama. The author of more than forty books of popular theology and inspiration, his work has appeared in various journals and magazines such as Christianity Today, Campus Life, Leadership, and His, and his book Preaching: The Art of Narrative Exposition was chosen 2007 Book of the Year by Preaching magazine.
|Release Date||May 25, 2010|