SOLD OUT: Savannah Guthrie, author of Mostly What God Does, in conversation with Hillary Scott

TICKETS FOR THIS EVENT HAVE SOLD OUT

Parnassus Books and Belmont University are pleased to present an afternoon with Savannah Guthrie, in conversation with Hillary Scott, as they discuss Savannah's new book, Mostly What God Does.

Give yourself and your closest circle the gift of love. Join co-anchor of NBC's TODAY show, Savannah Guthrie as she discusses her path to finding hope within her career, being a daughter and a mother, grief, and even the mundane moments of life. In her new book, Mostly What God Does, Savannah turns her journalistic eye toward the power of faith in everyday life.

During this intimate conversation, Savannah will share stories sure to warm your heart on experiences with God’s love.

This ticketed event will take place at Belmont University’s Gabhart Chapel on Saturday, February 17th at 3:00 PM. Doors will open at 2:00.

Tickets:

Each ticket is $35.00 and includes one general admission seat and one copy of Mostly What God Does with a signed bookplate. There will be no personalizations and no signing line following the event

Additional copies of Mostly What God Does will be available for sale at the event while supplies last.

Parking:

The Gabhart Chapel is on the Ground Floor of the Ayers building, and there’s free parking beneath the building in an underground garage.

About the book:

In her first trade book, Emmy and Edward R. Murrow Award recipient, Savannah Guthrie, co-anchor of the TODAY show, shares reflections on faith and life and offers inspiration for all of us to do what God does--love. Today's society is filled with headlines that inspire fear and anxiousness, but the power of faith and belief in God can help us make sense of this world.

Mostly What God Does is centered on the essentials of God's love, a love that is needed now more than ever. Savannah Guthrie turns her journalistic eye toward the power of faith in everyday life. Using personal stories of motherhood, love, her career, being a daughter, grief, and even the mundane moments that have shaped her faith, she illustrates the profound role that belief in God has in helping us find real hope in this life.

As a fellow traveler with you, Savannah opens up about her own beliefs and questions to illuminate the moments where she has experienced God's love. Journey with her through the six essentials of faith: love, presence, praise, grace, hope, and purpose, to rediscover your spiritual connection with your creator.

Savannah penned these reflections to help you engage in the real and practical ways that God loves you. With true stories that bring both tears and laughter, you will discover a path of faith that is both authentic and heartening.

Watch what God does, and then you do it, like children who learn proper behavior from their parents. Mostly what God does is love you. - Ephesians 5:2 MSG

About the author:

Savannah Guthrie is the co-anchor of NBC News' TODAY, NBC News' chief legal correspondent and a primary anchor for the network's election coverage. She was named cohost of TODAY in 2012.

Savannah is a graduate of Georgetown Law, and a New York Times bestselling author for her book Princesses Wear Pants and the sequel Princesses Save the World. She is the executive producer of the Netflix show "Princess Power," based on the book series. Savannah is married to communications consultant Mike Feldman and the couple has a daughter, Vale, and a son, Charley.

About Hillary Scott:

Hillary Scott is a singer and songwriter who rose to fame as the co-lead vocalist of the country music group Lady A. She is signed to Big Machine Records. In collaboration with her family, Scott released the gospel album Love Remains in 2016 as a solo artist.

 
Event date: 
Saturday, February 17, 2024 - 3:00pm
Event address: 
Belmont University’s Gabhart Chapel
1501 Wedgewood Avenue
Nashville, TN 37212