Picking Dandelions: A Search for Eden Among Life's Weeds
In Picking Dandelions, Sarah Cunningham explains how finding her Christian faith gradually and slowly, rather than through a weeping, born-again conversion, can make it difficult to understand how faith changes life, and even harder to grasp why it must. Cunningham, a middle-class girl who grew up in the Michigan countryside, speaks about God with humor and honesty in her witty and touching memoir. Whether recounting her life as a child living next to a cemetery, or her grandmother's life as a WWII bride from England, Cunningham weaves stories of faith into down-to-earth metaphors of growth and renewal, planting and reaping, greenery and weeds. In the end, Sarah succeeds in sifting through the dysfunctions and flaws of human life by revealing pockets of God's original Eden for all to discover.
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