"Nonreligious Thoughts on Christian Spirituality"
- by Donald Miller
Anyone read this yet? It's not very new, I've been meaning to read it for a couple years now. Kind of an autobiography set in Houston. I finally did read a couple chapters one evening at the Barking Dog Coffee Lounge
(swanky downtown coffee lounge with live music owned by my good Christian friends Joey and Tawnya Crawford). I love how Donald Miller's writing flows and reads.
If anyone else has read it, pipe up and we may discuss it - did you get anything out of it? Any particular chapter meant more than the others?