The Church is Not for Perfect People (Paperback) William J. Murray
Bill Murray, son of the infamous atheist Madalyn Murray O'Hair, was 33 when he attended church for the first time. He was an alcoholic. He smoked three packs of cigarettes a day. His second second marriage was crumbling. And he'd just surrendered his life to Jesus Christ. Now, twenty years later, the author of the bestselling book MY LIFE WITHOUT GOD has an important message for all Christians. Thousands of people like Bill are entering our churches. They're coming to the Church for answers. But the extent of their problems and reluctance of Christians to become involved with these hurting people leaves them at a loss, unable to turn their lives around. Who will help them if the Church will not? Based on his experiences, Murray offers practical, hard-hitting insight that we must heed if Christianity is to be made relevant for today's concerns.