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by Mitch Albom

  • Author: Mitch Albom
  • ISBN: 1401326110
  • ISBN13: 978-1401326111
  • ePub: 1199 kb | FB2: 1471 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Christian Living
  • Publisher: Hyperion; Unabridged edition (March 29, 2011)
  • Rating: 4.6/5
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Have a Little Faith: A True Story ePub download

Home Mitch Albom Have a Little Faith: A True Story. Also, while this is a book about faith, the author can make no claim to being a religion expert, nor is this a how-to guide for any particular belief.

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In Have a Little Faith, Mitch Albom offers a beautifully written story of a remarkable eight-year journey between .

In Have a Little Faith, Mitch Albom offers a beautifully written story of a remarkable eight-year journey between two worlds-two men, two faiths, two communities-that will inspire readers everywhere. Albom's first nonfiction book since Tuesdays with Morrie, Have a Little Faith begins with an unusual request: an eighty-two-year-old rabbi from Albom's old hometown asks him. In Have a Little Faith, Mitch Albom offers a beautifully written story of a remarkable eight-year journey between two worlds-two men, two faiths, two communities-that will inspire readers everywhere.

Have a Little Faith is a 2009 non-fiction book by Mitch Albom, author of previous works that include Tuesdays with Morrie and The Five People You Meet in Heaven. It is based on two separate sets of conversations that took place between the author and members of the clergy: a rabbi in a relatively affluent section of New Jersey, and a Protestant minister in a very poor section of Detroit, Michigan.

Have a Little Faith: A True Story. Albom’s first nonfiction book since Tuesdays with Morrie, Have a Little Faith begins with an unusual request: an eighty-two-year-old rabbi from Albom’s old hometown asks him to deliver his eulogy. Feeling unworthy, Albom insists on understanding the man better, which throws him back into a world of faith he’d left years ago.

Mitch Albom's Have a Little Faith was recommended to me by a friend, and I took her advice and got it on my Kindle

Mitch Albom's Have a Little Faith was recommended to me by a friend, and I took her advice and got it on my Kindle. I was a little curious about what it was about, because my friend didn't really tell me, but I'd read Albom's other books and really liked those, but I was in for a great surprise when I started reading this one. For one thing, I couldn't stop reading.

Mitch Introduces Have a Little Faith "One of their best productions ever. An engrossing story, true emotional impact, and some of the best performances seen on TV this year.

Mitch Introduces Have a Little Faith. The Huffington Post. From the street-wise spiritual insight of Covington, to Lewis’ timeless wisdom, to the touching eulogy Albom delivers at the end of the film, it is both inspiring and moving, sometimes in surprising ways.

Mitchell David "Mitch" Albom (born May 23, 1958) is an American bestselling author known .

Mitchell David "Mitch" Albom (born May 23, 1958) is an American bestselling author known for his inspirational books including The Five People You Meet In Heaven and Tuesdays With Morrie. He has sold over 30 million books worldwide.

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“A masterpiece.”

--Publishers Weekly

“In the beginning there was a question. ‘Will you do my eulogy’ As is often the case with faith, I thought I was being asked a favor. In truth, I was being given one...”

“An absolute wonder—tender, transporting, and deeply moving.”

--Scott Turow, author of Presumed Innocent

“The nonfiction equivalent to Paulo Coelho’s The Alchemist.”

--Sydney Morning Herald

“A faith journey that could become a classic.”

--Jim Wallis, author of The Great Awakening

“Albom helps show the true definition of ‘Church.’ It is not the building, it is the people and their faith.”

--Bishop T.D. Jakes, Chief Pastor, The Potter’s House

“Everybody should read it.”

--Hoda Kotb in People, Best Book of 2009

Dodo
Positively LOVED this book. I'm going to go out on a limb here and say this is quite possibly my favorite Mitch Albom book -- and I've read them all!

This is not a fiction story. It is a real story of two men -- a rabbi and a Christian minister -- cleverly woven together by the author. It is the story of not just having faith in God or yourself, but in other people as well. People aren't always what we think they are at first glance (or second, or third...) but if we give them a chance, we will see them for who they truly are at heart.

As usual, Albom writes with sensitivity, love, and the entire range of human emotion. This is definitely a must-read for anyone that is human.
Sharpbrew
Really enjoyed this book and Albom’s ability to appreciate the extraordinary within people. The dual narratives work well showing drastically different paths of faith that rest on the same base. Despite the religious underpinnings, there is little preachiness. I would highly recommend this book to anyone with an interest in faith.
OCARO
The characters surrounding Henry were well developed but not as well developed for the those surrounding the Rabbi. That was why I was so surprised that that Rabbi would leave something as personal as his last sermon with his care giver. Probably because the book is so short there isn't room for much detail, but there were other similar instances that had the same effect on me. I really liked the book and have recommended it to others.
Whiteseeker
This is one of those books that every single human being should experience . The morale of the story for me ....we are all flawed humans, some more than others , but we all have the potential to redeem ourselves in the eyes of God and humanity. Mitch, the Reb, and Henry Covington have traveled vastly different paths , but in the end are really more alike than they are different ....you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover ...there’s goodness somewhere in everyone . Read this book....you’ll be glad you did .
Dagdarad
Mitch Albom's Have a Little Faith was recommended to me by a friend, and I took her advice and got it on my Kindle. I was a little curious about what it was about, because my friend didn't really tell me, but I'd read Albom's other books and really liked those, but I was in for a great surprise when I started reading this one. For one thing, I couldn't stop reading. Mitch Albom's story of how he met with his lifelong rabbi, fondly called the Reb, and how he worked out the details of the Reb's request for Mitch to give the eulogy at his funeral was so inspiring and so spiritual, that I wanted to go find a rabbi and talk to him even though I'm not Jewish. What a wonderful tale of a rabbi's life in faith and his faith in life, and his observations of life and of Mitch Albom's dawning awareness of his own faith and spirituality, and the gratitude that he finds through an old neighborhood acquaintance that he meets up with while working with the Reb. I loved this book for one basic reason. Whether we're Jewish, Catholic, Presbyterian, Muslim, or Shinto, we're not so very different as we think. I've read most of this a second time, deleted it from my Kindle and re-downloaded it again. It's a must-read and a keeper for me to go back to every once in awhile when I need a reminder about having a little faith.
Wetiwavas
Mitch Albom creates a beautiful story based on two diverse characters from two religions and creates the link that goes back thousands of years through the act of faith in God. It's a book worth reading in this day and age where diversity is predominantly visible even in areas where common grounds can be sought.
It's wonderful how Albom depicts the unselfish nature in which the two characters reach out to people of walks of life irrespective of status.
Llbery
This was a compelling read. 2 stories about 2 very different men who become devoted to God. The message is simple. . . even though the faith may be different in the end we all believe the same thing. Perfect read at Christmas!
I read this book in one sitting, it has left such an impression on me. What a blessing the author was given to spend this time with Reb and Henry and pass on to us this beautiful book. Can't even express the emotions flowing through me. Thank you so much for your wonderful writing. It really has inspired me.
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