Kirsten Oliphant

Church Isn't Cute

Church Isn't Cute by Kirsten Oliphant
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For readers of:Tim Grahl, Addie Zierman, Jen Hatmaker, Jon Acuff
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About the Book

The intersection of faith and life is rarely cute and usually messy. This collection of essays dives right into the muck, keeping it real and raw. From thoughts on parenting to world tragedies, these essays will provoke thought and provide encouragement, but NEVER easy answers.

About the Author

Kirsten Oliphant wrote her first novel in third grade on the colored pages of a Hello Kitty notebook. After getting her MFA in Fiction from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, she had five kids and set fiction aside in favor of blogging & non-fiction.

You can find her at, where she helps bloggers and authors learn to love platform-building. The Create If Writing podcast provides information and interviews with experts to help you navigate social media, email lists, and being authentic in a smarmy world. She is also the creator of the Free Email Course, which you can find at

You can read about food, family, & faith at Her husband is a youth pastor who would love to be a professional ultimate frisbee player. They live in Houston, where it is humid, but on the plus side, there are alligators.

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