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Not a Fan by Kyle Idleman
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Jul 21, 2011

it was amazing
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Not A Fan is a bold, in-your-face book that aggressively packs a punch. It confronts anyone daring enough to ask the question, “Am I a fan or am I a follower?” From the jump, the book holds nothing back, and it asks the reader to define her relationship with Christ. It will challenge, affront, influence, and very definitely impact you as a Christian.

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message 1: by Janie (new)

Janie This is on my wish list.

Anna We had a visiting pastor from Texas come to our church recently. During this time I was muddling through this book putting it down, picking it back up, etc. about every other paragraph. I was baptized catholic but not raised in the church. I started going to my church and was struggling with the advise my pastor had said.... First you need to be baptized. Well. That flew in the face of my very rudimentary catholic beliefs.
Back and forth I struggled with this book and many points my pastor had said kept percolating until this visiting pastor said in his sermon that when you question your faith and belief in god, don't back away, think about it. Investigate why you feel this way and LEAN INTO IT, even when it is uncomfortable.

Well, I was baptized soon after and became a believer in Jesus. I'm not a fan!

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