About The Author: Anne Sanders is an author, blogger, teacher and researcher. Her first articles were published in 1992. After working as a research consultant and teacher, she returned to writing in 2002 with the birth of her son. She began by crafting articles for a local newspaper and was picked up as a regular features contributor by the Pensacola News Journal. She found herself writing features about people who made a difference through their life work or volunteering and wanted to help others see how they could do the same thing, especially Christians.
My Thoughts On The Book: I am a pastor and pastor's wife and loved this book. I understand the moving concept and it is difficult to pick up your life and move somewhere new every few years. This book is about a year in the life of Pastor Josh. The former pastor had been at the church for over fifteen years and when Josh comes in there are many congregants who are not happy with his views and his method of doing things. Most pastor's know that when you are moved to a church it takes a year to learn how things run. On top of learning the new church in a small town....he finds his own family is falling apart. This is an easy and good read. It was raining here and I sat and read the book. Loved it! Good job Anne Sanders on this debut book.
Disclaimer: This book was given to me to review as part of Thomas Nelson Publishing Company's BookLook Blogging Program in exchange for an honest review. The thoughts are entirely my own.