Cafeteria Covenant - the voice, the choice, and thechallenge
From the publisher:
Yet, the book is also important for those in church leadership who dare to hope for reform. Well-written, concise and compelling, Cafeteria Covenant: the voice, the choice, and the challenge encourages readers to hear God’s voice for themselves. It could well be used for small group study and discussion, providing documentation to more than forty resources.
Dee Marvin Emeigh relates one authentic and compelling story after another of her experiences over forty years. But far from leaving the reader impounded in bitter despair, Emeigh delivers a message of faith, hope, and love, along with insights into the character and nature of God. Readers will walk through calamity to find love, through devastation to find encouragement to rebuild. A talented singer-songwriter, Emeigh tells the stories behind many of the songs on her 2011 CD project, Well Seasoned.
Great for those who have experienced hard places in life in general, as well as in their faith life.