Sometimes we are closer to the truth in our vulnerability than in our safe certainties.
For several pages, toward the beginning of the book, including the sentence I quoted above, Rachel describes millennial ways of speaking about the church. She even compares it, at one point, to a more Generation X (my generation) point of view. But I found myself agreeing with everything she said in those pages.
The only difference for me is that I didn't grow up as jaded about being advertised to and I can still easily be enchanted by a well-told story. Other than that, though, I was nodding my head the whole way through. And how wonderful that was.
I found it so refreshing to read his book & see some of my own thoughts reflected in her words. So I couldn't wait to read the rest of it. And it didn't disappoint.
During most months, I will only post one reading challenge book, but this month, I did two because I couldn't wait to share this second book.
See you next time!
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