This is a story about a Millennial's earnest search for a church home in the American South. It’s about becoming a wife before becoming yourself. It’s about trying to make friends when friends are making babies. So, too, is it a story about enduring community when it’s awkward, and small talk suffocates and the preacher gives bad sermons and the suffering of strangers feels intrusive. Still, author Erin Lane invites us to offer our pained lives to one another like bread and say, “Take. Eat. I belong to you."
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