Doris Colvett and I began our second summer series last night. The group decided to read and discuss The Last Lecture by Randy Pausch, The Shack by William Young, and light-hearted Fannie Flagg book Can't Wait to Get to Heaven.
Although the group was small last night, it was lively and should make for interesting discussions.
Why is it when one opens a decision for a book to read to a woman's group, Francine Rivers always comes up? I fail to see her merit as a writer and religious researcher. But then, I like N. T. Wright, Frederick Buechner and Henri Nouwen.