⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ A very rare Christian memoir that captures life’s chaos and its redemptive moments, without letting one element strangle the other.
🖋 🖋🖋🖋🖋 The writing is stylish without being overdone, intense without being melodramatic.
Published November 21, 2017 by Zondervan
Genre: Memoir, Christian Nonfiction
🔪 One or two chapters describe death or threats of violence.
💋 One or two stories reference sexual violence among inner-city families.
🚩 🚩 🚩 🚩 🚩 Many chapters refer to people facing racist behavior, systemic poverty, and (occasionally) sexual abuse.
Across his career, pastor and writer Walter Wangerin (1944-2021) was many things. Many remember him best for his fantasy novel The Book of the Dun Cow or his religious nonfiction book Ragman and Other Cries of Faith. However, many would argue that the key to Wangerin’s work is that above all else, he was a pastor. Wounds are Where Light Enters collects a…