A Pilgrim's Tale
SUMMARY: What happens when the pastor of a megachurch loses his faith?
Pastor Chase Falson has lost his faith in God, the Bible, evangelical Christianity, and his super-sized megachurch. When he falls apart, the church elders tell him to go away: as far away as possible.
Join Chase on his life-changing journey to Italy where, which a curious group of Franciscan friars, he struggles to resolve his crisis of faith by retracing the footsteps of Francis of Assisi, a saint whose simple way to loving Jesus changed the history of the world.
Read this riveting story and then begin your own life-changing journey through the pilgrim's guide included in this powerful novel.
REVIEW: The author says "Chasing Francis (was) written in a genre called wisdom literature, which is a delicate balance of fiction and nonfiction, pilgrimage and teaching." The story is about Chase but it speaks to anyone who may be looking for more in Chrisitanity. In this story, Chase has become disillusioned with Christianity. His uncle Kenny has Chase join him in Italy, research the life of Francis of Assisi and together they go where Francis walked and ministered. Since Francis encountered many of the things we as modern Christians experience, Chase was able to figure out what he believed and how to help others experience God in a different way.
, This is a thought provoking book. For me, it is one I would need to read numerous times to fully understand what God may be speaking to me and to fully understand what we as Christians are called to do. This is a great book that I highly recommend. For those wanting to go into more depth either by themselves or with a group, there is an excellent reader's guide at the end of the book.
This book was provided by Booksneeze/Zondervan for review without compensation.
Ian Morgan Cron is a bestselling author, Episcopal priest, speaker, retreat leader, counselor, and songwriter. Ian and his wife have three children and divide their time between homes in Franklin, Tennessee and Dorset, Vermont. For more information, visit Ian's website at www.iancron.com.