Not All Who Wander (Spiritually) Are Lost: A Story of Church


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$18.95  $17.62
Church Publishing
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5.8 X 8.7 X 1.1 inches | 0.75 pounds

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About the Author

Traci Rhoades is a writer and Bible teacher. She is the author of Not All Who Wander (Spiritually) Are Lost.Connect with her online at or @tracesoffaith on twitter. She lives near Grand Rapids, Michigan.


"Christians looking for community will relish this memoir of embracing differences."
--Publishers Weekly

"Traci Rhoades's faith journey beckons us to travel with her, and along the way we are transformed as is she. Rhoades takes us by the hand and shows us that the power and love of Jesus cannot be contained within one Christian tradition. Her pioneering perspective, engaging stories, and warm metaphors, fresh as a spring day, make this a must-read for both the seeker and the settled."
--The Rev. Canon Elizabeth Geitz, author of Spiritual Truth in the Age of Fake News, Fireweed Evangelism, and more

"In Traci's debut book, she takes us on a warm tour of church. Not only does she include her own experiences, but those of others. I read and was constantly nodding my head as she shared her nostalgic memories while also alluding to the problems inherent in church communities. What she demonstrates well is that orthodoxy is generous; there are plenty of godly, Christ-loving, people that span our Christian denominations. Each one of us can learn from Traci's teachable spirit--one that has allowed her to learn from brothers and sisters from throughout Christendom."
--Marlena Graves, author of The Way Up Is Down

"With a wealth of stories from others' lives and her own, Not All Who Wander (Spiritually) Are Lost is a testament to Traci Rhoades's love for the Church. She invites readers to a friendly conversation on commitment to church community, exploration of different Christian traditions, and how, with the guidance of the Holy Spirit, we can grow in service to God alongside fellow Christians whose practices of faith are different from our own."
--Bonnie Kristian, author of A Flexible Faith: Rethinking What It Means to Follow Jesus Today