In The Feast, Josh Graves explores the terribly important question of what it means to bridge the worlds of Christian reflection and practice, bringing intangible beliefs into tangible reality. Along the way, he reminds us of the sharp, sometimes jagged edges of the Jesus story we too often forgetchallenging our notions of what discipleship really entails. But the story is not only of the cost of discipleship: Josh also celebrates the inherent joy of following Christ. In doing so, Josh gives us a picture of a great feast, a compelling image of a life lived in genuine liberty and thus beauty.
Writing humbly and without condemnation at a time when Christianity is clearly in decline in the West, Josh Graves invites Christians to imagine with him and to prayerfully contend for things to be on earth as they are in heaven.