Dave Ramsey, New York Times bestselling author and nationally syndicated radio show host
“Jamie has invited us into his life through this book. Love Well is a peek into a preferred future. You will be drawn in and challenged to live life in a way that glorifies God and brings you deep joy.”
Darrin Patrick, lead pastor of The Journey, vice president of Acts 29, and author of The Dude’s Guide to Manhood
“When I heard Jamie was writing this book, my first thought was, at last! He’s been one of my favorite storytellers for years, and as soon as you read Love Well, he’ll be one of yours too.”
Jon Acuff, New York Times bestselling author of Start and Stuff Christians Like
“In Love Well, George offers us a spiritual harvest of connection—with God, ourselves, and others—so we can wade through our stuck places and start moving again. The poignant story of his marriage will move you. His superb writing will inspire you. His insights will challenge you.”
Mark Batterson, New York Times bestselling author of The Circle Maker
Do you feel like you’re stuck? Do you feel alone? Do you live in fear that your struggles might push others away? Do you wonder if your faith is a fraud because of the emptiness in your soul? Are you weary of trying to play by the rules and pretend that everything is okay?
In Love Well, Jamie George confronts the popular heresy that God’s children are meant to live a life absent of pain, sorrow, or conflict. On the contrary, Jamie passionately describes brokenness as a divine gift and a necessary God-ordained path to experiencing true joy and genuine redemption.
With surprising transparency, Jamie shares his personal journey of getting unstuck and provides reassuring comfort for those looking to move beyond their pain toward a life of connection and grace.
Jamie George founded The Journey Church in Franklin, Tennessee in 2006 as a safe haven for the “religiously wounded.” Acclaimed worship band, All Sons & Daughters, was birthed in this faith community. In addition to writing Love Well, George is co-authoring a curriculum with New York Times best-selling novelist Karen Kingsbury. Jamie lives with his wife and four children and serves the community of Franklin, Tennessee.