Stumbling Toward God: A Prodigal’s Return
“An offbeat, engagingly written, appealingly uncertain spiritual memoir.” — Publisher’s Weekly
I’m thrilled to announce the upcoming publication of of the second edition of Stumbling Toward God, a spiritual memoir that traces my journey from an “atheist who prays” to unorthodox membership in two contrasting churches: Unitarian and Episcopal. The second edition, to be published March 11, 2020, includes new adventures on my spiritual quest, culminating in personal encounters with a God of love.
Stumbling Toward God, 2nd edition, is available today for pre-order at online vendors and brick-and-mortar bookstores.
You can read more about Stumbling Toward God on my author site.
Praise for the 2nd Edition
“Honest, elegant, and smart—this book is essential reading for anyone grappling with life’s big questions, inside and outside what we call church.” — Christine Hemp, author of Wild Ride Home: Love, Loss, and a Little White Horse – A Family Memoir and That Fall (poems)
“… mostly, this is a story about love. Love of creation, of human fellowship, and the deep abiding love of God which resides at the core of all that is.” — Sarah Stockton, spiritual director, poet, author of A Pen and a Path: Writing as a Spiritual Practice
“With a mystic’s heart and a scientist’s precision, Margaret McGee traces the path of her journey away from religion, back again, and onward to a pilgrimage of transformation by love. Like a hand-drawn map of frontier territory, this book rewards those willing to venture past comfortable boundaries into unexplored terrain. — Rev. Dr. Marlene Kropf, Professor Emerita of Spiritual Formation and Worship, Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary, Elkhart, Indiana