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Until I read Anne Lamott I associated the word "Christian" with holier-than-thou, priggish, etc. Now I see clearly that that's just a stereotype. Read morePublished on June 16 2004
This book should be an eye-opener for anyone who is prone to believing in "cookie cutter christians"...
Read with an open heart. God will bless...
There are some great stories in this book but for the most part it is a testament to the author's complete self-centeredness.Published on April 9 2004
A must read and must have for every mom, this is more than just profound reading - it is a reference book on parenting and faith. Read morePublished on Jan. 2 2004 by Karen Roberts
All of Anne Lamott's memoirs make me laugh and warm my heart. This one is no exception. I read it two years ago and plan to revisit it soon. Read morePublished on Jan. 1 2004 by W. Wellesley
Overall, this book is entertaining and engaging. I echo the opinions of other reviewers in saying that Anne Lamott's honesty and transparency in her descriptions of her internal... Read morePublished on Dec 26 2003 by Bethany McKinney
Anne Lamott speaks to my heart, soul, and beliefs as she talks of becoming and remaining a Christian. I began this book on a day when the hairs of my soul were rubbed backward. Read morePublished on Dec 16 2003 by Sally Austin Hundley