This book was written to help the reader discover the deep, theological truths of God in warm, human stories of common grace. Comprised of essays written to a congregation in the course of the author’s work as a pastor. Dr Charles Dunahoo write this:
"Who says that theology is dull and too other worldly? They must not be referring to this book. Mike Milton tells you about himself, God, and what life is all about. Whether it is Aunt Eve’s mincemeat pies or her bacon biscuits, or actress Irene Dunn or grandma’s apron or cataract surgery or sitting up all night with his dying dog or the great donut fraud, each pithy vignette in the most down to earth manner teaches deep theology that will bless your heart. What a good source of practically applied theology as he writes about grief, trials, joys, and all other aspects of life and reality. Amidst your smiles, memories of home, and bygone days, you will see the truth in each reading."