In this beautiful and timely memoir, mother and son share insights from a family's spiritual awakening, a journey that led to a deep experience of God and a new way of life in the world. Read this one and weep. And discover the hope of a child. —Diana Butler Bass, author, Grounded: Finding God in the World, A Spiritual Revolution
Tain Gregory was present in his third-grade classroom on the morning of the Sandy Hook shootings. As part of the healing process for the community after the tragedy Tain was asked, “What’s the most important thing in the world to you?” His mother expected an answer about a video game or Pokémon trading card. Tain thinks for a moment then answers with one word. “God.” Until that moment, his mother had no idea how close to the surface his faith existed. Taking the events of that tragic day, but also the years preceding it, and the days of recovery and healing that followed, Sophfronia and Tain share stories, experiences and ideas to help parents get to the heart of the question: How do you help a child have faith — real faith that they own — in the challenging world we live in today?