Christian nonfiction author Andrea Lucado, daughter of bestselling author and pastor Max Lucado, discusses the twists and turns of a life of faith on Thursday, Jan. 25, at 7 p.m., in Westmont’s Adams Center 216. The talk, part of the Westmont Reading Series, is free and open to the public.
Andrea, author of the memoir “English Lessons: The Crooked Path of Growing Toward Faith,” earned a master’s degree in English literature from Oxford Brookes University. She has also written “He Fights for You: Promises for Everyday Battles,” “Praying the Promises: Anchor Your Life to Unshakable Hope” and contributes regularly to online and print publications such as Relevant magazine and She Reads Truth.
Brenna Ritchey, a junior English major, will precede Andrea and read one of her original short stories.