Tag Archives: memoir

The Minister’s Wife

Readers will come away from this book with a formulated picture of the loneliness, struggles, and joys that follow ministers’ wives.

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Flip the Script

Flip the Script is not an autobiography about Coach O—it merely hints at the interesting stories outside of his career—rather it tells of his journey of becoming head coach of LSU.

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In a Boat in the Middle of a Lake: Trusting the God Who Meets Us in Our Storm

The authors make a point not to give the easiest possible answers about suffering. Instead, they honestly describe the Bible’s teachings about suffering, even ones which seem paradoxical or a bit hard to swallow. This approach is not only the most truthful, but also refreshing.

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