We're All Messy - Book Review "Of Mess and Moxie"He is the full and complete jam, and we would all be fighting to sit by Him at dinner if He was here now. I like my non-fiction books to be focused and informative. I want my serious books to be serious. And my funny books to be funny. But this book refused to stay on track with either. Even the funny parts seemed to ramble and wander. After sludging through a few chapters of what you might call fluff, Jen would surprise me with a chapter of spiritual insights.
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Like the clever owners of a bar near the University of Texas, who named their bar The Library, helping students tell the truth to their parents when they say they went to The Library six days a week all semester. I've followed Jen for a long time, and I tend to think that our writing style is similar if I do say so myself , but she's a cleaner-cut, far classier woman than me. I like to think of myself as the "potty-mouthed Jen Hatmaker" or the "not-nearly-as-pulled-together Jen Hatmaker" and some might even refer to me as a "busted up Jen Hatmaker. A friend of mine even texted me last week and said I reminded her of Jen Hatmaker. I'm not even lying, look:. Click this link to the get the info.
Jen is the happy hostess of a tightly knit online community where she reaches millions of people each week in addition to speaking at retreats, conferences, and seminars all around the country. Jen and her hubby, Brandon, are founders of the organizations Restore Austin, which connects churches and non-profits in the Austin community, and the Legacy Collective, a giving community that granted more than a million dollars in its first year. To learn more about Jen, check out her schedule and blog at www. Jen Hatmaker believes backbone is the birthright of every woman. Women have been demonstrating resiliency and resolve since forever