Grace (eventually)

Grace (eventually)

Thoughts on Faith

Large Print - 2007
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Publisher: Waterville, Me. : Thorndike Press, 2007.
Edition: Large print edition
ISBN: 9780786296224
Branch Call Number: LARGE PRINT 813.54 LAMOTT A
Characteristics: large print
287 pages (large print) ; 23 cm.


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JCLHelenH Mar 31, 2017

Lamott navigates the same world and obstacles as you and I with a strong faith and good friends to see her along the way. In essays covering topics ranging from apologizing for an impulsive and snarky email, to sitting on a panel and speaking out in support of women's health issues at a Catholic-based conference, and reflecting on her drug-fueled past mistakes, Lamott shares her gift for asking for, and receiving, forgiveness.

Jun 12, 2015

I like reading Anne Lamott. She's honest, authentic, and speaks her mind. It's like having a one-sided conversation when reading her books, and quite often her stuff hits me just right when I'm needing a little spiritual pick-me-up. Still, this isn't as good as Traveling Mercies. But the way Lamott connects to her reader is undeniable, and reading this still makes me want to read through all of her books.

Dec 21, 2013

Another good one by Anne Lamott, though I must confess I've enjoyed others of hers more (especially Bird by Bird, Operating Instructions, and Plan B - those are my favourites). Still looking forward to reading more by her - there's usually at least one turn of phrase or moment that makes me laugh out loud, and there's always plenty of comfort in being in good company with other struggling human beings who are striving after those moments of grace.


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