The Early Inspirational Writings of Sue Monk Kidd


“Thoughtful, moving, often luminous meditations on faith, family, death, and love; on compassion, solitude and grace.”

“These essays point to Kidd’s desire to pay attention to her soul, a “repository of the inner Divine, the truest part of us,” from which so much of her writing sprang. The subjects have universal appeal… Kidd’s lovely prose, passion for the spiritual life, and early instincts for telling a compelling story should help this book attract a wide readership.”
—Publishers Weekly