Shades of Plaid (A Very Unconventional Weekly Journey into Christian Living)

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Shades of Plaid (A Very Unconventional Weekly Journey into Christian Living) is a book of humorous devotions. The book contains fifty-two stories, one for every week of the year. These stories are combined with fifty-two scriptures, and fifty-two spiritual observations that fit with the fifty-two stories.

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Words: 93,180
Language: English
ISBN: 9781458065216
About Jonathan Harvey

Throughout history people have asked themselves, “How can I find out more about the author of this book?” and then began to worry that someone heard them talking to themselves. Well, the author of Shades of Plaid doesn’t want anyone to worry like that. But, you notice, he still hasn’t told you who he is. By now, he should have told you that his name was Jonathan Harvey, that he is a Christian author and then maybe said something about having recently moved to Florida. The guy hasn’t even stated that he writes a web comic or anything like that… Oh wait, he just did. Well, that was sneaky.

Reviews

Review by: Leeza Coleman on May 03, 2011 :
Written by my MySpace friend, Jonathan Harvey, this book is charming and funny. Jonathan is one of the naturally wittiest people I've ever known.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: Joleene Naylor on April 05, 2011 :
I've been waiting for this book to come out for awhile, so I was happy to finally get it!

Shades of Plaid is a weekly devotional but, as the title implies, this is not your average devotional. Instead of the usually serious, inspiring, tear inducing stories, Shades of Plaid has fifty-two humorous short stories, followed up by serious, inspiring lessons that can be applied to most any Christian faith, whether you're Episcopalian, Baptist, or a denomination in between.

In Shades of Plaid, Jonathan Harvey has shown that being a Christian not only can be fun, but is fun! And even if you're not interested in the devotional aspect, the short stories are funny by themselves. In fact, you don't even have to take a whole year to read it. I devoured it in two days.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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