Breaking Bread in Emmaus
My Sunday With The Quakers - A Guest Post

Reviews, Church Stories, and Launch Team Greatness (Oh my)!


We have arrived! The book that started forming in my head circa 2015 officially releases May 17th. These past few months, some online friends formed a launch team for #notallwhowanderbook. We gathered via email and facebook and zoom to promote and discuss my book. I was touched by how well received it was in this group of supporters. I hope the general readership finds it as encouraging. My prayer is it leads to a number of healthy conversations about church.


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I wanted to honor my launch team members by sharing their words in one post. The kind of post you open up, pour yourself a drink, and sit down to a nice, long read. Story after story about church. This isn't all of the launch team but those who shared a post on their personal blogs. Show them some great support and enjoy!


Jane Anderson - Different Ways to Worship

Nina C - Book Review : Not All Who Wander (Spiritually) Are Lost

Blake Kilgore - "Let's Be Friends!" - A Review 

Lisa Deam - "My Sunday With The Quakers"

Liz Mannegren - Book Review: Not All Who Wander (Spiritually) Are Lost

Michele Morin - What To Do When You Think You've Found The Perfect Church

Ifeoma Obiora-samuel - When Church Hurts: A Story of Church

Pam Collins - Not All Who Wander (Spiritually) Are Lost Book Review

Paula Frances Price - Magnificent Sanctuary in an Old Gym

Sandra Samoska - Exploring Christianity With Your Child

Rachel Schmoyer - Not All Who Wander (Spiritually) Are Lost Book Review plus My Church Story

Colleen Stout - The Christmas Eve Communion Miracle

Bailey Suzio - Church, Let's Be Friends

Stephanie Thompson - Embracing the Breadth of the Church: What We Can Learn From Each Other

Jean Wise - The Spiritual Practice of Knowing, Speaking and Sharing Our Faith Stories

Chris Wylie - Wandering Through Faith and the Pages of a Book (A Wonder-Filled Story and a Book Review



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