You never know what you're going to get when you read a pastor book-
and even though this was written about the fifties and sixties, from a traditional church, I really enjoyed it.
Bruce McIver tells stories about his life, that make him appear to be a real person- full of struggles, humor, unbelievable mistakes, and more. Not a holier than though type of religious person.
I laughed so loud at some of his mistakes, and the fact that he was willing to share them, and laugh at himself makes this an enjoyable read.
Chapters are not too long, you don't get characters mixed up, just enough detail, and did I say laughs?
The first few chapters give the readers a background on his life.
The last chapters each have a theme, and he shares hilarious things that happened in his church home, and the characters he meets throughout his life.
If you were raised in a traditional church, or not- this is a lighthearted, quick, enjoyable read.!
This is a hardback, not a paper back