There are books that make you laugh. There are books that make you cry. There are books that teach you how to live day by day in a fallen world. The Best Life AinAcainaict Easy is all of them! This is what Virelle has to say: AcainA aAcainAbThis is the story of my life before [and after] Christ, growing up in the average American dysfunctional family. My father, whom I loved dearly, suffered from an untreated mental illness and alcoholism, eventually leaving my mother, brother, and me when I was seven. He died when I was twelve. My mother sought normalcy; I sought the brass ring. AcainAb Almost instantly at age 25, I met Christ, and He spoiled everything.AcainA' Life is better caught than taught. As a woman of any age, you will identify with life, in some manner, as Virelle knew it. And by the end of the story, you will hopefully identify with Jesus!She read stories to the girls and kept us fed while Steve and I put up a skinny Christmas tree, the last one on the lot. We strung it with lights, popcorn, and whatever ornaments were buried in the basement. It provided a tinkling ... Mother bought us New Englandastyle ball fringe curtains for all the windows. With her help, weanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Best Life Ain't Easy|
|Author||:||Virelle F. Kidder|
|Publisher||:||Moody Publishers - 2008-10-01|