In Clear Winter Nights you will meet Chris Walker, a 22-year-old college graduate, engaged, member of a church start-up committee and pretty sure about almost everything, until his boat rocks. He finds a great counselor in his grandfather, a retired pastor to face his disillusionment and doubts whether christian faith really matters. Will he be able to forgive his father, treasure his relationships and find peace again? Trevin Wax mixes apology and an honest yearning for truth in countless conversations. Outspoken views on sin, grace and forgiveness will surely spark some good conversations among readers. A set of questions about each chapter’s content will guide your group discussions.
About the author
Trevin Wax is is managing editor of The Gospel Project, an all-ages small-group curriculum developed by LifeWay Christian Resources. A former missionary and pastor, Wax is a popular blogger (Kingdom People) and a contributor to Christianity Today. He is also the author of Counterfeit Gospels and Holy Subversion. He and his wife, Corina, reside in middle Tennessee with their children.