Archive for August, 2015

Just the title of this book has made me 41Q09NEMloL._SX316_BO1,204,203,200_want to read it for a long time. Last October a new expanded edition was released with added material. And now, for this month only, ChristianAudio.com is giving away the audio book(read by the author) for FREE! (Bonus: There’s a part where she sings Psalms 23, which was a pleasant surprise.)

This was a wonderful book and I’m so glad that I finally made time to listen/read it. Rosario Butterfield was a tenured, lesbian English professor at Syracuse University. After writing a letter to the editor against Promise Keepers, she was befriended by a local pastor who invited her to dinner. Over time, as they became friends, she heard the gospel and was saved. Her journey from anti-Christian to open-mindedness to salvation to pastor’s wife and home-school parent is an amazing story of God’s grace. I highly recommend this book to all non-Christians who are open to considering the truth claims of the Bible and to all Christians who aren’t sure how they could befriend someone who has a completely different worldview. What an amazing story of God’s grace.

Get this audio book for free while you can and listen as she tells her story in her words.

PS: I just learned that she had a new book released in July of this year called Openness Unhindered. I’ve heard that it’s even better than this one, so I’m looking forward to reading it as well.