I just read an extremely interesting book called "The Shack" by William P. Young. The book rocked me deep and presented some interesting ideas and challenges to the traditional views of God's relationship with his creation. The book also explored probably 50 other aspects of Christian faith, all of which I am still processing and unpacking. I've given the book to many people. I hope to get their insight and have a group that I can digest the book with.
One of my most trusted spiritual advisers is my 83 year old grandma. She read the book quickly and had strong opinions about it's contents and agenda. It was great to talk to her and hear her heart on matters like the nature of her relationship with God. Funny how strikingly different each relationship is between God and his children. A book that I found deep, thought provoking, challenging, exciting, and even a bit disturbing to my preconceived notions, Grandma found fairly dull and not useful at all.
I was so thankful for Grandma's honest thoughts and opinions. I'm excited to engage you too when you get a chance to read the book. I have 30 copies, so give me a call if you would like one.