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  1. When We Were on Fire

    When We Were on Fire

    A Memoir of Consuming Faith, Tangled Love, and Starting Over

    Narrator: Jaimee Draper
    Runtime: 8.0 Hrs. - Unabridged
    Regular Price: $13.99 Member Price: $11.19 (or 2 credits)
    Regular Price: $13.99 Member Price: $11.19 (or 2 credits)
    In the strange us-versus-them world of the '90s Christian subculture, your faith was measured by how many WWJD bracelets you wore and whether or not you’d “kissed dating goodbye.” Evangelical poster-child Addie Zierman wore three WWJD bracelets, led two Bible studies, and listened exclusively to Christian rock. She was “on fire for God,” unaware that the flame of her faith was dwindling until it burned entirely out. With candor and transparency, Addie chronicles her journey through church culture, first love, and her entrance — unprepared and angry — into marriage. When she washes out of church and nearly her marriage on a sea of tequila and depression, she isn’t sure if she’ll ever go back. When We Were on Fire is a funny, heartbreaking story of untangling oneself from cliché in search of a faith worth embracing. It’s a story for anyone who has ever felt alone in a crowded church. For the cynic. The doubter. The former Jesus freak struggling with the complexity of life. It’s a story about the slow work of returning to love, Jesus, and (perhaps toughest of all) His imperfect followers. And in the end, it’s about what lasts when nothing else seems worth keeping.
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  2. Night Driving

    Night Driving

    A Story of Faith in the Dark

    Narrator: Jaimee Draper
    Runtime: 7.2 Hrs. - Unabridged
    Regular Price: $13.99 Member Price: $11.19 (or 2 credits)
    Regular Price: $13.99 Member Price: $11.19 (or 2 credits)
    How do you know God is real? In the emotionally charged, fire-filled faith in which Addie Zierman grew up, the answer to this question was simple: Because you’ve felt him. Now, at age thirty, she feels nothing. Just the darkness pressing in. Just the winter cold. Just a buzzing silence where God’s voice used to be. So she loads her two small children into the minivan one February afternoon and heads south in a last-ditch effort to find the Light. In her second memoir, Night Driving, Zierman powerfully explores the gap between our sunny faith fictions and a God who often seems hidden and silent. Against the backdrop of rushing interstates, strangers’ hospitality, gas station coffee, and screaming children, Zierman stumbles toward a faith that makes room for doubt, disappointment, and darkness... and learns that sometimes you have to run away to find your way home.
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