The Sacred Diary of Adrian Plass: Christian Speaker Aged 45 3/4

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Marshall Pickering, 1996 - Christian fiction - 215 pages
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This is the book that all Adrian Plass fans have been waiting for--the sequel to the book that launched him as the UK's best-selling Christian author. Ten years later, what has become of the outrageous Gerald, the joyless Flushpools, the incompetent Leonard, the longsuffering Anne and all the other characters that became household names in the Christian market? If they have changed, so too has the world in which they live and the church to which they belong. Ever anxious to keep in step with the Holy Spirit, their enthusiasm frequently lands them in trouble of various kinds, and, as ever, they find it hard to accept the simplest truth of all--that they are loved just for who they are. While Adrian, to his great surprise, finds himself as a sought after Christian speaker and the harder he tries to be serious, the more his audiences laugh!

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User Review  - SueinCyprus - LibraryThing

A little more thought-provoking than the earlier 'diary' by the same author, but there are still some very funny moments. The second time I read it, in 1999, was less than two years after the first ... Read full review


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Adrian Plass is one of today's most significant and successful Christian authors, and he has written over thirty books, including his latest, Looking Good Being Bad - the Subtle Art of Churchmanship. Known for his ability to evoke both tears and laughter for a purpose, Plass has been reaching the hearts of thousands for over fifteen years. He lives in Sussex, England with his wife, Bridget, and continues to be a cricket fanatic

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