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Andy Littleton

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Corvallis, The United States
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Ralph Moody, Peter Jenkins, Timothy Keller, Don Carson, Paul Tripp

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Andy Littleton was born in Corvallis, Oregon near his hometown of Lebanon. His dad was a millworker and his mom owned the local bookstore. When Andy was six years old the family decided to sell their land and go out on the road in a motor home in search of better work.

The plan failed. After only months on the road the family was stranded in Tucson, Arizona after his mom had to undergo surgery. Andy would grow up a “desert rat” and always felt at home in Tucson. His dad spent most of his years in obscure and low paying jobs. Mom worked as a high school library clerk until retirement.

Andy eventually ended up with a foot in two different worlds: the trades (car audio, handyman, and furniture making) and Christian ministry. He began to
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Part-Time Pastor

“What hat are you wearing rightnow?”

My friend, fellow church member, and co-worker was looking at me inquisitively across the high-top bistro table. We were amidst lunch at a bustling market down the street from our shared church and workshop. We were grabbing lunch to discuss some of her concerns at work. I was addressing some concerns I had forher.

The conversation meandered. It began with her...

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A parable on aging, work, sin, judgment, and grace by the master storyteller. I will read this many more times I suspect. It was better the second time than the first.
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Great little book that overviews large portions of Scripture in order to paint pictures of what following Jesus might look like for Westerners today. I really enjoyed the insightful readings and will return to them for more contemplation (which I ...more
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A simple read with great nuggets of leadership wisdom and plenty of memories of Wooden’s great games / players. I read it mostly for the leadership lessons, and came away with some new ideas concerning the importance of working as a team, and the ...more
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The content is good, but I did not enjoy this book as a book. The collection of lecture format made it feel disjointed and difficult to stay engaged with for me. I’d recommend reading the introduction and last chapter in which you’ll get the whole ...more
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