For the most part, I enjoyed and appreciated this book (although I didn’t agree 100% with Melton’s perspective or her theology). Melton is honest and funny, and her writing is relatable and thought-provoking.
I am marking this book off as “A book by a woman conference speaker” for the #VTReadingChallenge.
Note: I checked this book out from the library, and the cover looked just like the picture at the top of this post. But apparently there is a new version with a different subtitle. (The new subtitle, “The Power of Embracing Your Messy, Beautiful Life,” really is more appropriate and appealing, so I understand why it was changed. I don’t know whether or not there is additional content in the new version.)