Letters to God

Diary of an Unsilenced Generation

Letters to God is a unique manuscript. Its pages are filled with a conversational flow, guiding the reader through hundreds of handwritten notes, and what to do if emotion or identification is stirred up in the reader.  Part 1: Letter Sections Voice of A Generation: An overview of some of the most meaningful letters, this section is an “author’s pick” so to speak. These letters represent the wide range of cries uttered by a broken generation, seeking God’s help. They range from simple and innocent, to raw and desperate. Part 2: Where to go from here: What do you do after reading hundreds of exposed confessions from a generation? How do you put a book down and just move on from that? The author was aware that raised emotions and identification is very possible for readers. With this in mind, a “What to do” section was added as conclusion to the manuscript. What to do if you… This section is intended to provide the reader with immediate action plans based on if they are hurting, if they know someone who is hurting, if they are a concerned adult, or if they simply want to get to know God better. Each segment provides a reader with practical, how to guidance for what to do as soon as they put the book down.

Cassandra Smith Cassandra Smith has worked extensively with youth for twelve years. Her commitment to mentoring, discipleship, and promoting stories of restoration has been discovered and nurtured through several avenues. Her diversity of experience ranges from youth leading at her local church, to touring  with Acquire the Fire, years of work with Youth with a Mission, and a commitment to the local church.

Cassandra is an honors graduate with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Indiana University of Pennsylvania. She also graduated YWAM's University of the Nation's writing school. She currently serves as a youth leader in her local church. Prior to that she Road Managed the production crew and ministry team for Acquire the Fire. Through creating intern development curriculum, speaking at events and churches, and the care of that team, plus her heart for conference attendees--a deepening awareness of the needs of youth culture was born.

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