Lang Charters was living the American Dream until a surreal accident on a family hike stole not only that, but nearly his life. Yet, plummeting off a cliff taught him the richest life isn’t about ascending and achieving, but falling into the love of God and others.
In Falling into Love, he narrates an inspiring story about his accident, recovery, and rehabilitation. He tells about people coming together when life falls apart, love transcending distance, hope in the midst of despair, beauty blossoming from hurt, and God’s unending affection for us shining through in gloriously simple, regular, weird, and awesome ways.
This feel-good memoir faces the struggles, doubts, pains, and questions head on, grappling with deep issues thoughtfully and authentically. Charters shares his story and reflections to encourage a greater love for others, self, life, and God. If love is the point, his tale of nearly dying, loss, sorrow, transformation, relationship, kindness, care, healing, and God’s goodness highlights what this means.