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I have not read it all yet. It sounds very interesting. All's well with this purchase.Published 4 days ago by Jackie
Beautifully written account of Ms. Brown's spiritual journey. She is also an excellent public speaker and a gorgeous woman!Published 6 days ago by Walter R. Mead
This book is about Rev. Barbara Brown Taylor, and her search for herself and her identity. She begins her search as a young girl, eventually winding up in the Episcopal church,... Read morePublished 29 days ago by A. Sutton
Spoiler alert: We can't actually leave church. God doesn't grant wishes or magically solve our problems. But God will not let us go.Published 1 month ago by Emalie
Excellent book. We have a group of clergy and lay people who had a wonderful discussion using this book.Published 2 months ago by Diane Jean Sloan
Originally borrowed this from the library, but there were many parts I wanted to remember and underline for future reference.Published 2 months ago by Richardlor
Such a wonderful, vulnerable, gentle view on who God is to her. I learned a lot about myself from this book.Published 3 months ago by Sharon Magner
Now I don't feel so bad, or so "odd," for preferring my time out in nature to church sometimes. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Carol Ann