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Would it surprise you to learn that ministers are imperfect people? Well, gasp, they are. But, in this perfectly delightful narrative, Bryant captures - with humor and honesty - the nuisances and joys of his 55 years of experience as a Baptist minister living in the deep South.From Navy serviceman to vacuum salesman to radio personality to cancer survivor, Bryant describes how he ultimately finds his way to the pastorate. His sometimes irreverent (but always kind) descriptions of church members and his own foibles make this an entertaining and inspiring read for anyone - believers and non-believers alike. Melinda Ruben, EditorJohn Roberts' insecurity as a child carries over into his adult life as a husband, father, and pastor. This can be seen in some of the decisions John makes along this trip called life. He and Annie fell in love the first time they met and now fifty-eight years later that love has only matured. The times of crisis are made bearable for John because Annie always stood by him.