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The Sacred Diary of Adrian Plass: Adrian Plass and the Church Weekend

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Now in handy, economical paperback here’s the latest instalment from everyone's favourite secret diarist; with yet another good natured expose of the humorous side of church life and the funny, the flawed and the infuriating people who make our church what it is... you and me!

Refreshing your memory with all those inspirational and downright irritating characters of the original ‘Sacred Diaries’ this latest release sees the harassed Adrian Plass doing his best to organise an away weekend for his church in conjunction with another church. A difficult job for any church activist to carry off smoothly – but near impossible when your church includes the likes of Leonard Thynn and his wife (never on time), and the other is run by your vicar son and his wife (who tells you a secret you simply cannot and must not share).

Surely no one in their right mind would choose to take on the job. Well, Adrian didn’t; he was volunteered. Now there’s confusion from the start with an argument with sat-nav lady, through mixed up sleeping accommodation to a simple conversation about birdlife that ends in accusations of harassment.

Through laughter and tears, Adrian Plass lets the truth slip in by the back door and make itself at home. And for all the mayhem and mishaps, this new instalment of the Sacred Diary series shows, once again, just how good is God at caring for this mixed bag of people we call 'the Church'.

Adrian brings out the truth that in all things God works for the good of those who love him; a light-hearted, entertaining and easy read for those who don't mind the sacred being blended with Adrian's gentle heart-warming sense of humour.

The Sacred Diary of Adrian Plass: Adrian Plass and the Church Weekend by Adrian Plass was published by Hodder & Stoughton in April 2014 and is our 2620th best seller. The ISBN for The Sacred Diary of Adrian Plass: Adrian Plass and the Church Weekend is 9781444745467.

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Publisher's Description

The Sacred Diarist is back... Adrian Plass has reluctantly agreed to run his church's weekend away, but as ever, you can guarantee things won't go smoothly with Adrian in charge.

About the Author:
A former childcare worker, Adrian Plass is now one of the most prolific and most-loved Christian writers in the UK. He is the bestselling author of The Sacred Diary of Adrian Plass Aged 37? - this and its various sequels have sold millions of copies around the world.

A somewhat bemused Anglican, Adrian and his wife Bridget live in Yorkshire and recently spent two years as part of the Scargill Community as well as continuing to speak in churches, prisons, schools, festivals and literary events in the UK and around the world.
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Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback
PublisherHodder & Stoughton (April 2014)
Weight154g
Number of Pages208
Thickness14 mm
Height197 mm
Width132 mm
ISBN9781444745467
ISBN-101444745468
Product Code4246890
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