Book Review: Remembering Stardust by C.D. Baker

Do you remember what it feels like to be a teenager on the cusp of adulthood? In this novel by C.D. Baker the reader gets to walk with Oliver Goode and his struggles and challenges of growing up in a church where he questions the process and image of God portrayed.

His close friendship with the Miller’s is a reflection of the Trinity and true love abounds. Many of his struggles begins with the church and the history of his mother dying.

I encourage to walk with Oliver in his journey to finding his true self.

Thanks to Speakeasy and Mike Morrell for providing this book to read.

Categorized as Sermon

By Alex Steward

I am a husband, father, and pastor within the ELCA. I did not grow up in the church and thus come at this pastoring thing with an unique perspective.

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