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Cafeteria Covenant: The Voice, The Choice, and the Challenge

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Dee Emeigh spent forty years in captivity to a doctrine of abuse and power that left her with the stark revelation of the pretty, but powerless church of the modern age. "Cafeteria Covenant: the voice, the choice, and the challenge" will cause you to look deeply into what you really believe about God and why. This well-written, first-hand account of a journey to find a pla ...more
Paperback, 93 pages
Published 2012 by Livingwell Seed Co Press
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Grampy
Dec 19, 2012 rated it really liked it
“Cafeteria Covenant: the Voice, the Choice, and the Challenge” by Dee Marvin Emeigh presents a very real challenge to the global Christian Church. Dee begins by sharing her painful struggle to become a “normal” Christian, compliant with whatever doctrine was being taught at whatever denominational facility she was attending at that moment in time. She compares and contrasts her reality with what she was told should be her reality. She frequently was given mixed signals in the form of conflicting ...more
Tamera Lawrence
Dec 22, 2012 rated it really liked it
We are valuable is the message given by Dee Marvin Emeigh in her book CAFETERIA COVENANT. Dee shares her salvation experience through Jesus Christ and the life altering journey to follow. Dee takes an honest look at how a Christian’s life isn’t perfect – faults abound. Even Christians can be cruel with their judgmental comments and oppressive attitudes that often lead to conflict in churches, sometimes doing more damage than good. Dee gives a candid look at her first marriage to a thoughtless ma ...more
Larry B Gray
Feb 27, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Cafeteria Covenant by Dee Marvin Emeigh is a great book about the author's coming to grips with her walk with God in a world of "religion." It is hard hitting and tells it like it is.

I really liked the way the author opened up with her own failings and short comings and showed the hypocrisy of the world as she turned to religion. She showed how, as she stayed true to her walk with God, she began to find who God really is and his unending love he has for his children.

Dee Marvin Emeigh did an exce
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Michael
Sep 03, 2012 rated it it was amazing
This book started out a little slow and I wasn't sure where it was going, but it wasn't long before I saw the focus, and it was Jesus. The author made clear about the New Covenant life Jesus came to give us and the love and freedom we have in Him. After getting into the book a little further, I found myself not wanting to put the book down. It is a short book and easy to read. Very enjoyable.
Michele
Aug 13, 2012 rated it it was amazing
I did enjoy reading about the author's journey to self esteem under trying conditions--well worth reading. This book also comes in e-book format.
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