God Knows My Heart by Christine Wicker
Finding a Faith That Fits

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When a Christian fundamentalist-turned-scoffer becomes the senior religion reporter for one of the nation's top newspapers, she and God find themselves on a collision course. As her journey begins, Christine Wicker knows God primarily as "the source you never get to interview." Despite this, she pursues Him anyway and begins to glimpse a God she hasn't dared hope might exist. She finds Him in unlikely places--the ceremony of a Wiccan coven, an East German shop window, a Northern Ireland breakfast table. To her grumpy amazement, she also finds Him in a place she swore she would never again look--the confines of a Southern Baptist church. It's a hard trip with surprising turns, but in the end Wicker finds a faith that answers the soul's call without ignoring the world's realities.

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Christine Wicker is a reporter for the Dallas Morning News.
Published January 15, 1999 by St. Martin's Press. 240 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Religion & Spirituality, History. Non-fiction

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By her own admission, Wicker made some terrible choices, especially in love, and sank into a deep despair about ever changing her life.

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