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Dear Church by Sarah    Cunningham
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Dec 11, 2008

it was amazing
bookshelves: spirituality
Read in December, 2008

Sarah Cunningham, a twentysomething, shares the problems she both had to work through and continues to work through with Church and what it both can and should look like both locally and globally. With her sense of wit, sarcasm and irony, a potentially sadenning heavy subject becomes easy to read, challenging and interesting.

Due to the style of her writing, Cunningham leads the reader on a journey through both ups and downs, toward encouragement and further dissalusionment paradoxically held in unison. Realism and visionary dreams in tension. Ideas not competing but oddly working together... Strangely engrossing commentary upon the modern day evolution of the church.

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