In Practicing Resurrection, Jeanie Miley reflects on the myriad ways the final line of a Wendell Berry poem shaped her understanding of God’s presence in her life—and its meaning for all Christians who yearn for strength and hope in the face of life’s difficulties. This “resurrection principle,” as Miley calls it, affirms that God is working for good in all of creation. In the midst of trouble and trauma, we can find hope by cultivating the presence of the Living Christ.
Through stories of her own literal and metaphorical journeys toward hope and renewal, Miley demonstrates that when we face hardship or the inevitable, difficult transitions in life, we may practice resurrection—and trust steadily in the goodness and mercy of God.
There are no reviews yet.