“Night With a Perfect Stranger” by David Gregory is the third in his Perfect Stranger series revolving around the concept that one conversation with someone new can forever alter the path of one’s life. His latest book follows recurring character Nick Cominsky as he struggles with what it means to be a Christian and his wavering faith.
Lots of Christians meet Jesus, get excited at first, then as time passes and life happens let the relationship wane. Some get burned out and frustrated while others just don’t seek out the One who makes all the difference. Nick and his wife, Mattie, met Jesus at the same time but under different circumstances. They fell in love with Him and did what most new Christians do and found a church and became active members. While Mattie grew spiritually, Nick slowly fell away even though he followed formulas he thought would bring him closer to God.
While on a trip, Nick meets Jesus again and this time engages in a dialogue meant to teach us what it truly means to know Christ and be in relationship with Him. If you are at a place in your faith where you struggle with your relationship with Christ, Gregory will help you examine your role versus God’s role in your life. “(Night With a Perfect Stranger) offers a chance to hear the message that Jesus offers something beyond what they are currently experiencing,” says Gregory.
David Gregory is a New York Times best-selling author and a 2011 Christie Award nominee. He served as a manager at Texas Instruments, a writer at Exchanged Life Ministries and an editor for Insight for Living become deciding to become a full-time writer. For more information, click here to visit his website.
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