Nancy T. Ammerman, Professor of Sociology of Religion, Boston University and Author, Sacred Stories, Spiritual Tribes: Religion and Spirituality in Everyday Life, observes that "Graber Miller calls all Christians to discern their passions, to be followers of Christ in vocations that matter. With the charm of a master story-teller, the vision of a teacher, and the insight of a seasoned scholar, he ranges from Mennonite history to today's urban and professional Mennonite culture in a way that will inform and challenge lay readers and theologians alike." Sara Wenger Shenk, President, Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary, believes "This is a remarkable book--easy to read and yet profoundly theological, in touch with diverse perspectives and yet persuasively authoritative. I couldn't recommend it more highly." Jim Lewis, who was Executive Director, the Louisville Institute, and is Author, The Protestant Experience in Gary, Indiana: 1906-1975, points out that "Living Faith reminds us that the primary agenda of an Anabaptist vocation, whether or not it is lodged in one's remunerated work, is 'to work at bringing healing and reconciliation in God's good and groaning world.'"