In this eloquent, personal, hopeful book, writer and minister Forrest Church explores the lifelines that can sustain us in times of trouble: deeper connections to neighbor and stranger, a better understanding of human limits, and a larger view of our place in the universe.
“Excellent, truly excellent!”
-M. Scott Peck
“The minister of a famous Unitarian church, himself the son of a notable patriot and lawmaker, demonstrates, with frequent and grateful reference to Scripture, spiritual strength based on experience and reason, and especially in times of sorrow.” —Kurt Vonnegut, Jr.
“With wisdom from Ecclesiastes guiding the contemporary wisdom of one of our nation’s leading pastors, Life Lines offers good counsel, comfort, and insight for today’s dilemmas. Forrest Church takes on the toughest issues-love, death, guilt, and forgiveness-and comes up with practical, usable advice.”
-Dan Wakefield, author of Creating from the Spirit
“A wise and wonderful book. With great courage and compassion, Forrest Church helps us face the core issues of human existence: being alive and having to die.” —Sylvia Ann Hewlett, author of When the Bough Breaks: The Cost of Neglecting Our Children
“At once insightful, provocative and comforting.” —Rabbi Michael Lerner, author of The Politics of Meaning