Grace in the Maybe (Paperback)

Instructions on Not Knowing Everything About God

By Katie Savage

Howard Books, 9781451689280, 256pp.

Publication Date: August 13, 2013

Other Editions of This Title:
Digital Audiobook (11/5/2012)
Hardcover (11/6/2012)
CD-Audio (11/6/2012)
CD-Audio (11/6/2012)

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Description

Discover an unforgettable collection of witty and thoughtful reflections on life and faith filled with “humility, warmth, and complete candor” (Laura Moriarty, New York Times bestselling author).

Katie Savage beckons you to join her on a journey of faith as she explores the uncertainty and doubt that is inherent in the life of the growing believer and discover 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.

Written with honesty and humor, this delightful collection of essays will stimulate your thinking, stir your heart, and nurture your soul.


About the Author

Katie Savage was born into the Protestant Evangelical Christian tradition and has been writing about it ever since. She has a BA in Creative Writing and English Education from Point Loma Nazarene University. After college, Savage spent time teaching high school and junior high English and earning her MFA from the University of Kansas. She and her husband, Scott, now live in Kansas City, with their two children. They are members of Redemption Church, where Scott is the associate pastor.


Praise For Grace in the Maybe: Instructions on Not Knowing Everything About God

“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.”
— Laura Moriarty, author of The Chaperone

“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. ”
— Tim Suttle, pastor, author of Public Jesus