You Can Talk to God Like That: The Surprising Power of Lament to Save Your Faith

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Broadleaf Books
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5.5 X 8.3 X 0.6 inches | 0.31 pounds

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About the Author

Abby Norman is a writer, blogger, speaker, and licensed local pastor in the United Methodist Church. Her writing has been featured in Huffington Post, SheLoves Magazine, and The Mudroom. Abby lives in Atlanta, Georgia with her college sweetheart, two daughters, and a very bad dog.


"In a moment when many around the world are experiencing grief, it's also clear that many of us have forgotten how to lament. Abby Norman's timely and wise book will help anyone who struggles with the language and expression of lament, whether collective or individual." --Kaya Oakes, author of The Nones Are Alright and The Defiant Middle

"This book is an absolute gem of straight-talking encouragement and practical wisdom for anyone who's frustrated by the lack of authenticity in church. Everyone needs an Abby Norman in their life: she has a rare gift of writing about unresolved suffering that will leave you feeling seen, hugged, and galvanized at the same time." --Tanya Marlow, pastoral theologian and author of Those Who Wait

"Abby has given us the gift of her story and a much-needed invitation to revisit the heartbeat of the Psalms, bringing our honest emotions, reactions, and questions to a loving God." --Ed Cyzewski, author of Flee, Be Silent, Pray: Ancient Prayers for Anxious Christians

"Abby invites us to lose our 'church face' and be honest--not only with ourselves and each other, but especially with God." --Idelette McVicker, founder and president, SheLoves Media Society