Book Club Continues…

Book Club Continues...

I think it was a lifetime and a half ago (okay, not really) that I was telling my friend, Jason, about this book I was reading that had really touched my life. That book was Mad Church Disease by Anne Jackson, and his response to my thoughts on the book was that we should do an online book discussion about it. And thus, the book club began. I’d have to do math to figure out exactly how many books it has been – and math isn’t my thing. But I can tell you that we’ve now passed four years.

And now, it’s time to introduce another new book.

This time, it was Jason who was telling me about a book that had impacted his life. And that book is the one that we are going to give away next week and begin discussing the following week.

The Cure: What If God Isn’t Who You Think He Is And Neither Are You by John Lynch, Bruce McNicol, and Bill Thrall.

I know, you’re thinking, “What’s it about?”

You’ll have to click the link and see! I haven’t read it yet, either!

As always, the weekly posts will be open for anyone to discuss. You don’t have to read the book (though we love it when you do!), and your thoughts are always welcome here!

But first things first, we have to give away a copy of the book. Would you like to enter? I’m keeping it REALLY simple this time – all you have to do is leave a comment below. That’s it!

What’s next?

Go visit my friend, brother, and co-facilitator, Jason Stasyszen, and enter at his place, too! (Doubles your chances of winning!)

Next week, we will both announce our winners. And then, the following week, we will begin discussion!

What are you waiting for! Comment, enter, and win!

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  1. Stephen carter says:

    Would love to read!!

  2. Sarah Salter says:

    You’re entered, Stephen! 🙂

  3. You always spark an interest for me with your blog! I would love to win a copy!!

  4. Sarah Salter says:

    You’re entered, Laurie! 🙂

  5. I’m in! I would love to read this book!

  6. Sarah Salter says:

    Awesome, Deb! You’re entered into the drawing! 🙂

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