I want to write about something else, one of the best books I've read in a while…This glorious book is thoughtful without being laborious, literate without being self-conscious. She has a great eye for details, and a luminous style that revels in God's presence in the day-to-day….I had to fight back tears on Good Friday and Holy Saturday as I sat with this, dropping the book to my knees as I looked to the heavens to whisper a thanks to God for her fine work…
Ann Voskamp, of Holy Experience, Finding Grace in Hard Places
Some books offer bullet points, sterile checklists, action plans. Well and good, even needful. Some books wax eloquently, poetic and lyrical, but leave us hungry for something meaty and filling. Rare is the read that serves up something deeply soul and mind satisfying that is, too, lush and rich and worth savoring. Stone Crossings is that rare read.
CPYU Bookshelf Best Books 2008
I read it devotionally during a summer family vacation. I seemed to be always reading paragraphs to anyone who would listen.
Deb, in her post Unearth
Such dignity and integrity and smooth glistening poetry. Easing into me and softening my bitterness with bread…I will revisit the book again and again, that I know...