Not many books create a relationship akin to friendship between the reader and author by the end of a book. Sailing Faith, however, did. Granger has a writing style that is unlike anything I’ve ever read. Most of the time I was in awe of his humility as he downplayed the wisdom with which it would take to make a trip like this, and the bravery of him and his wife to choose to raise their three children in this sort of environment (one young boy and two teenage girls).”
—Jasmine Wilson, The Englewood Review of Books, [Vol. 3, #23]
I grew up in Lansing and worked in my father’s construction business while completing my degrees in Social Science and Masters of Labor and Industrial Relations at Michigan State University. My wife and I moved to Gun Lake when our first daughter was born, 23...
Causes Gregg Granger Supports
Gun Lake Community Church, Steven's Children (Cairo), Thai Freedom House (Chiang Mai),
Gregg’s Favorite Books
The Grapes of Wrath East of Eden Huckleberry Finn Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance The Agony and the Ecstasy The Path Between the Seas