Dear Church by Sarah Raymond Cunningham
Letters from a Disillusioned Generation

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Beyond the Broken Church is a collection of heartfelt learnings from Sarah Cunningham, a young adult raised in the faith, about the church she's not always sure she wants to be part of. The book engages concerns of a disillusioned generation head on and offers hope and honest, practical ideas for moving beyond one’s frustrations.
In the end Beyond the Broken Church tells a story that will be familiar to many: the journey of overcoming disillusionment and staying the course.
This revised and expanded version of the popular book Dear Church revisits the existing book with additional chapters, fresh statistics, new insights into why people are leaving the church, and a resource guide for those who care about the disillusioned and want to understand them better. Beyond the Broken Church will be a breath of fresh air to others who have experienced frustration in church as well as an insider’s guide for those seeking to understand current trends in church attendance, particularly among the younger generation.

About Sarah Raymond Cunningham

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Sarah Raymond Cunningham is a high school teacher, part-time college professor and chief diaper changer. She is a popular church and conference speaker, the author of Dear Church, and a contributor to several books, including unChristian. Sarah lives with her husband, Chuck their son, Justus, and their manic Jack Russell in Jackson, Michigan. They attend a church plant called Rivertree. Find out more at
Published August 30, 2009 by Zondervan. 225 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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First-time author Cunningham is a 20-something who feels ambivalent about and alienated from the church.

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