What Southern Women Know about Faith : Kitchen Table Stories and Back Porch Comfort
Bestselling author, speaker, and columnist Ronda Rich draws on her rich legacy as an 11th generation Southerner to celebrate the faith heritage of our country's Steel Magnolias.
Former journalist and NASCAR publicist Rich, a spirited speaker on the evangelical Christian circuit, has much to say on this subject. With stylish sass, Rich wants to convince her readers that Southern women of faith have a distinct edge over females living anywhere but those warmer climes. Rich shares comical asides to all of life's experiences as she declares that Southern women would never be caught dead wearing the same dress two days in a row-even at their own funeral. The author also praises her peers' ability to "comfort, cajole, and even curse," using that timeless multipurpose expression, "Bless her heart." Jesting aside, Rich laces every amusing chapter with the grittiness of genuine, rock-solid faith in God. Tackling such topics as praying and receiving, speaking favor into existence, binding the enemy and doing good to others, Rich's treatise on faith will afford her readers a helping, heaping dose of good old Southern hospitality. Bless her heart. (Apr.)
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March 30, 2008
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