Sarah Arthur shares her forthcoming book, “A Light So Lovely,” which explores Madeleine L’Engle’s complex spirituality, and how her Christianity impacted “A Wrinkle in Time” and other writings.

About our Guest

Sarah is a fun-loving speaker & author of a dozen books ranging from popular devotionals to serious engagement with literature. She serves as preliminary fiction judge for the Christianity Today Book Awards & has been writer-in-residence for the Frederick Buechner Writers Workshop at Princeton Theological Seminary. A graduate of Wheaton College & Duke University Divinity School, she has served in full time and volunteer youth ministry for over 20 years–so please don’t ever ask her to eat pizza from a box. Ever. When she isn’t chasing two small boys around the house, she can be found (a) reading middle grade & YA fiction, (b) writing middle grade & YA fiction, (c) coordinating the youth ministry of Sycamore Creek Church in Lansing, MI, where her husband, Tom, is pastor, or (d) all of the above.  Visit Sarah's blog.