Sean Winter is burdened by a heartrending past he can’t share. As a result, Sean doesn’t believe there are any good Christian examples in the world. Any faith he had has been eroded. He depends on facts, reason, and experience alone. At twenty-four-years-old, he has a bachelor’s degree and works at one of the top customer service firms in Oklahoma City. A new job and post-college life bring new opportunities for friendship and even love. What happens when one of those new acquaintances turns out to be a Christian? And is Sean ready for any kind of romantic relationship? He continues to be haunted by his traumas, depression, past choices, and his own naiveté. They all threaten to tear him apart, however hard he fights against them. Sean wants to build a future for himself. But he risks being consumed by the former things that torment him. Can two Christians, one from Sean’s past and one he’s just met, make a difference in the life of an atheist?
The Former Things