Posted: September 2018
This Saturday, September 22nd, at 2pm, the Good Faith Book Club will start discussing their latest book choice Gilead. It is about the fictional character Reverend John Ames writing a letter near the end of his life for his young son.The book won the Pulitzer Prize for fiction in 2005 for its author Marilynne Robinson.
Several in our group found spiritual insights in a related book we read of hers a couple of years ago. What will we think of this one?
If you would like to find out, feel free to join us on Saturday. Come for a cuppa before our 2pm start.
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