Sara Miles is a good writer & her story is told well.
This is a great read, one that will make Christians open their eyes, and people of other faiths respect someone who has lived her life in love.
I thought this was well written and interesting, especially against the background of this particular church group.
You may think you're reading an Eat, Pray, Love kind of memoir, but this is more. Miles grapples with faith, love, community and justice on a concrete, personal level. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Guysmom
Not everyone does what they are passionate about, but Sara has engaged her energy into eliminating food wastage and feeding the hungry in San Francisco. Read morePublished 16 days ago by Alumine Andrew
a little slow in the beginning for me but loving the spiritual and non-traditional stuff. Well worth a read.Published 21 days ago by just me
The concept of feeding from the altar is great. I am not sure why the author felt it necessary to discuss her sexuality. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Anne H. Roy
This was the best book that I have ever read on living out the principle of Open Table. I love to read about someone who lives their faith, who puts verbs in their sentences, who... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Gina M., Blum
I did not even finish it and will delete it from my Kindle. Found it boring and self absorbed. Sorry!Published 2 months ago by Kwoo
Caveat: I am only on page 79 -- and I promise to revisit this review if my opinion changes as I read -- but I am struggling with this book. Read morePublished 3 months ago by A. Buckley
Sara is a lovely writer, I know, so perhaps the disconnection are mine, but some " pieces" of this offering were "overcooked"--the connections made over and over again--and... Read morePublished 3 months ago by elizabeth boisvert