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They Popped My Hood And Found Gravy on the Dipstick Paperback – February 25, 2009
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I purchased 12 copies of this book for my friends and family, and have heard nothing but great reviews from them!
by: Todd Starnes
Mr. Starnes is the same humorous light hearted guy in person as he comes across in his book.
I found myself transported back to my past of big Southern fried dinners, sweet potato pies and buttery rolls. I blushed remembering the harsh and cruel comments I had endured as an overweight youth. I applauded Mr. Starnes' challenged to Christian leadership on the subject of gluttony. After inhaling the book in one day, I thought about it for weeks. How ironic that I would be blessed to meet and hear Mr. Starnes speak, buy and read his book at a defining turning point of my own. His words were more than inspirational, they have become more like driving directions for my own future.
Thank you Mr. Stearns for sharing your life with a fellow Mississippian, writer and lover of sweet potato pie.
"I'm not sure why things turned out the way they did for me. I don't have a clue, I know that it's part of God's master plan for my life, but honestly, I don't know where I'm going next week, much less next year. But I do know this: we are called as His children to believe, to step out in faith, and trust that God will guide our path."
Take Away Value:
Lyrics from, The Song of the Sparrow.
I sing because I'm happy, I sing because I'm free, for his eyes is on the sparrow, I know he watches me.
"The only reason I survive these past two years is because my relationship with Jesus Christ."
Isn't that true for anything we survive. This book isn't for you if you don't want to make a change for the better in your own life.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Just saw him today on TV with Stuart Varney, and it looks like he's back up to 300 pounds at least, so maybe he should withdraw the book.Published 12 months ago by J Weidman
Starnes is an awful, terrible guy. I've reviewed his books (under duress) for some online publications. Run away from this god awful mess.Published 15 months ago by Edwin Lyngar
Entertaining yet filled with many truths about ones walk through weight lose and relationship with The Lord.Published 17 months ago by Jan
Fabulous book...you laugh and you also really feel for Todd Starnes. He's the Will Rogers of our day! I want to read more books by him. I love to find a new favorite author....Published on December 14, 2013 by orene m blum