Author and conference speaker Kidder offers a poignant memoir about growing up in the "average American dysfunctional family." You'll laugh, cry---and identify---as she shares her love for an alcoholic, mentally ill father; her mother's search for a "normal" life; her own longing for success---and an encounter with Christ who "spoiled everything." 224 pages, softcover from Moody.
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Virelle Kidder author of several books for women, has presented us with her memoirs. The Best Life Ain't Easy, But It's Worth It, a wonderful book that takes us through Virelle's life. There is a song that is sung by the Easter's called I Want a Faith Like That every page of this book, made me think of that song. Virelle's faith is simply amazing. As a pastor's wife, who loves statistics, I was simply amazed to read her story. A child brought up in a non-believing home, who had a hunger for God all her life, as a young adult Virelle came to a saving knowledge of Jesus, and never looked back. Statistics are stacked against such happenings, but God had something to say that surpassed statistics. This book takes us through her days of being the only saved person in her home, and how God spoke to her to love her husband into the Kingdom. This book is an encouragement for all women, who have unsaved husbands. This book is definitely a book to share with friends, family and anyone who loves to read. It will build your faith in God, faith in people and you will laugh and cry along Virelle as she shares stories from her life.