PRODUCT DESCRIPTION: The Church That Had Too Much had many good intentions. She wanted to love God, she wanted to love people, but she was both hampered by her muchness and the abundance of her possessions, and beset by ambition, power struggles and snobbery. Read about the surprising way The Church That Had Too Much began to resolve her problems in this deceptively simple and enchanting fable, illustrated in full colour.ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Anita Mathias is the author of Wandering Between Two Worlds: Essays on Faith and Art. She has a B.A. and M.A. in English from Somerville College, Oxford University, and an M.A. in Creative Writing from the Ohio State University, USA. Anita won a National Endowment of the Arts fellowship in Creative Nonfiction in 1997. She lives in Oxford, England with her family.Visit Anita at http: //www.anitamathias.com, and onhttp: //theoxfordchristian.blogspot.com, her Christian blog; http: //wanderingbetweentwoworlds.blogspot.com, her personal blog, and http: //thegoodbooksblog.blogspot.com, her literary and writing blog. Visit Benediction Classics at www.thebestthathasbeensaid.com to read thousands of free classic books online, or buy them in elegant paperback and hardback editions at reasonable prices.
|Title:||The Church That Had Too Much||Publisher:||Benediction Classics|
|No. of Pages:||52|
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