The authors are the co-founders of Someone To Tell It To, a non-profit ministry in Harrisburg, Pa., with the mission of creating a caring culture that accompanies others on journeys toward deeper connections. They are husbands, fathers, pastors, and mentors who want to inspire a movement for people to listen more intently and be more present in others lives. Their hope is that these stories help you understand what being more compassionate and emphatic can mean for your life and for the lives of those you encounter every day. Each of the stories is intimate; they invite readers to reflect deeply on the examples they offer. Compassion requires an intentional consideration of another s circumstances, a grace that recognizes our common humanity in all its beauty and brokenness. All proceeds of this book will be used to help the ministry of Someone To Tell It To: To create a caring culture that accompanies others on the path toward meaningful connections.
Mr. Gingerich and Mr. Kaden will discuss their co-authored book, "Someone to Tell It To" and Ms. Turner will present her book, "Hidden Miracles."