Most people cannot imagine striving for sainthood in their lives. They assume sainthood is reserved for 'perfect' Christians who never stumble or doubt. In 'How to Become a Saint,' Jack Bernard challenges this vision of sainthood, redefining it as a path to holiness available to anyone who is willing to embark on the journey. Sainthood is not the special calling of a few, but God's will for all believers - even the ordinary and imperfect. Bernard shows that becoming a saint is not about doing more or working harder to get it right, but rather about living into God's grace and accepting the call to wholeness. And, Bernard argues, this happens best within a community of believers rather than as an individualistic pursuit.