Saturday Faith deals with the times between Friday and Sunday which, in Christian parlance, are associated with Good Friday and Easter Sunday. Yet, what can be said about the time between the loss of one hope and the emergence of something new? What about the moments of hopelessness?
In Saturday Faith the issue of hopelessness is examined as both an issue found in the Bible and as an experience through which one can travel. Hopelessness is actually a part of the journey of faith. Saturday Faith sets out to examine the stages of faith and demonstrate how one's theology can fall apart in crisis. In this assessment, one can begin to recognize that, even in places of hopelessness, there is more faith to be found in those Saturday times.
Saturday Faith shows how Job, the disciples, and even Jesus experienced hopelessness. What the reader can hear in these pages that if one finds themselves walking through a "Saturday time" in life, they are not as hopeless or alone as they might feel. It may require a shift in thinking, but Saturday is not where the story ends.