I went in expecting another Blue Like Jazz, but this book was unique. It is about the author's spiritual growth away from organized Protestantism and into relational Christianity. Definitely worth the read!
This book is right on. Jim gives it like it is and does not pull any punches with himself. He learned some hard lessons and came out a much more real and authentic christian for it.
He tells of him background and heart breaking childhood, but doews not make himself a victim, No excuses..
This book is funny, real and aught to be required reading for all stuffy people everywhere.
Thanks Jim for opening your heart wide.