'This book is about Jesus. It is about my journey toward Jesus. Which may sound strange to some of you, but it is true. It is a journey of losing a Jesus that was too small and looked way too much like me, to a Jesus that began to mesmerise me ... I fell in love once more with the Jesus that I found in the pages of the Bible, a Jesus I could follow again. Once more, yet very different to what it once was. Same. Same. But different. One stitch and one stitch. Woven back together. A garment for any season of faith and doubt and wrestle and struggle.'
In Woven, Joel McKerrow takes us on a pilgrimage, from childhood faith to grief over a lost religion, to a richer, more sustaining faith that was previously unimaginable to him. This is a demanding and compelling account of what it means to rethink our Christian belief and find restoration in an authentic faith in Christ, to be born again into the expansiveness of God's unconditional love and be part of his grand and beautiful story of salvation.