GRACE IN THE MAYBE:
Written with honesty and humor, this delightful collection of essays will stimulate your thinking, stir your heart, and nurture your soul.
In Grace in the Maybe author Katie Savage beckons you to join her as she embraces the mystery of faith and gently eases into the sometimes turbulent waters of contemplative exploration. She writes with honesty and humor about the uncertainty and doubt that is inherent in the life of the growing believer, finding that even in the midst of questions, bold assurances of faith emerge.
You’ll find yourself falling into step with Katie as she meanders through the liturgical calendar of Advent, Christmas, Epiphany, Lent, Easter, and Pentecost, as this insightful book weaves ordinary stories and surprising insights into satisfying reflections of the spiritual life, relationships, and life as we know it.
This delightful collection of essays will stimulate your thinking, stir your heart, and nurture your soul.
Instructions on Not Knowing Everything about God
“Katie Savage is smart, funny, and a little bit sassy. She writes with a feminine voice… vibrant, earthy, and honest enough to appeal to both genders. When I read her work I find myself hoping that if I don’t take myself too seriously, maybe even I can see God. ”
author of Public Jesus and Shrink
“[Katie Savage] wades fearlessly into the unknowable, but her particular gift is to write well about things that are embarrassingly familiar and link them to understandings that are important. She is bright, generous, and open, bound to be a leader in the Christian women’s community and beyond."
for Book Pleasures
“Although I myself am not religious, I found this wonderful collection to be thought provoking and often hilarious—Katie writes with humility, warmth, and complete candor. She knows how to tell a story, and I have no doubt that her smart observations and searching honesty will soon make her the favorite writer of many readers.”
author of The Chaperone