Sometimes salvation is found in the strangest places: a true story.
About the Author
"What rings very true... is the author's thoughtful search for answers to his heart's biggest questions, and his pragmatism and sense of humor on the journey."—Publishers Weekly
"Hartzler writes with a keen eye for detail... he is equally sure-footed describing his inner turmoil... One of the best things, however, is how lovingly Hartzler portrays his parents, even as they anger him... Readers will hope for a sequel."—Booklist
"Humorous and entertaining..."—VOYA
"This heartfelt memoir [and] compelling story...will speak volumes to adolescents."—The Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books
"I think the best stories are the ones about the absurdity and beauty of growing up--and Aaron Hartzler's Rapture Practice is one whose humor, honesty, and heart make universal even the most unique situations. This is a story about faith that gives you just that--faith in humanity, in family, and in yourself."—