May Book Club

  • May 2, 2014 · 6:30 PM
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The fiction book for this month is Martha: A Novel, by Diana Wallis Taylor. This book is available on the overdrive digital library.

The nonfiction book for this month is The Ragamuffin Gospel: Good News for the Bedraggled, Beat-Up, and Burnt Out, by Brennan Manning.

Remember, no need to read both books unless you feel like it. Choose whichever one sounds the most interesting to you.

As always, I look forward to seeing you at the meetup! If you have any questions, concerns or book suggestions, please email me at [masked]

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  • Bonnie

    I'm feeling under the weather so I won't be making it to the meeting tonight. Enjoyed reading the books, but now I'll miss the questions and answers. :-(

    May 2

    • Jennifer

      We missed you tonight! Hope you get lots of rest and feel better. :-)

      1 · May 2

  • Bonnie

    Good questions, Lori! I read Martha too. I'll be thinking about my answers for our Meeting. I'm trying to come up with a question as well...still thinking. ;-)

    1 · April 26

  • Lori

    I read Martha this month, my question for group discussion next week is: do you think the events/dialect/emotion was accurate to the Bible? What parts were spot on and what do you feel missed a little?
    Did it changed how well you thought you knew Jesus?

    3 · April 24

  • Jennifer

    For those of you who have told me you enjoy the book Cold Case Christianity, here is something free on amazon that is similar and you might want to check out:

    2 · April 21

    • Faith

      Thanks very much, Jen!

      1 · April 21

    • Bonnie

      Thanks! I took advantage right away! :-)

      1 · April 21

  • Jennifer

    For those who are interested, here is the Goodreads page for our book club. Just request to join and I will approve you ASAP. Hope to see you there!

    April 4

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