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Whither Thou Goest? You've Got To Be Kidding!

by Carolyn Gray Thornton

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A Minister s Wife Speaks Out. Hilarious, touching, sad, Carolyn Gray Thornton s views on being a minister's wife reveal that minister s wives and children are not unlike other wives and children. A minister's wife has her complaints, her annoyances, her pride, and most of all her own personality and opinions, often expressed from beyond the pulpit. Full of humor and wit, Carolyn in her fourth book, shows this side of her life that has never been revealed in her other books. In Whither Thou Goests! You ve Got to Be Kidding, Carolyn tells how painful it was to have her husband enter the ministry. The moves were emotional experiences for Carolyn and her children, but every move, every church brought with it a loving church family, and loving doesn t mean perfect. Loving to Carolyn means finding ways to work together and build on friendships, despite problems. Carolyn s family of friends grew with each church her husband took under his wing, and Carolyn and her children, likewise, took these church members and expanded the doors so they opened to more than mere church people. They included fellowship and, at times, life long friends. Like her former books A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Senility (book of the year award in Missouri) or For Everything There Is a Season, this book is full of Carolyn s same charm and personality. Every essay is a delight to read.

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