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ABOUT BOOK: When the Black Death is coming, what can you do—except wait to die? In the year 1348, as the deadliest of all plagues approaches the community of Rundschau in the Swiss Alps, villagers use their last remaining hours to stage the Passion of Christ. As their performance turns into prayer, the village becomes a temple. What happens when the whole community reaches out to God? The miracle of Mysteria—the sacramental and mysterious experience that takes place when people meet God. Heaven IS listening... This story is inspired by the real events that took place in the Bavarian village of Oberammergau. The Passion of Christ has been staged there every decade since 1634, when the village was miraculously spared from the bubonic plague. The next performance is scheduled in 2020.
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The one time I tried joining a book club, one person chose all the books that were chosen. None were Christian and basically I only read Christian.
Used to belong to a book club, had my mother and her friend and myself. We'd get books from the publishers and they'd want to hear about our thoughts on the books.
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I haven't been to a library in a long time, but I am a part of online book club. We talk about books on a chat, post comments about a book, and lend / borrow books from each other through Amazon lending library.
I have been a member of my town library's book club since it began. I prefer to read Christian books, but in that one I do not have that choice. We have a mixed club so some people's choices are really not mine.
I am not sure if my library offers book clubs. My friend has been in a book club for years and they each suggest names of books and then they vote on them to choose what books they will read.
Question 1. When I think of book clubs I think of a group of people reading one chosen book per month and then having a discussion on that book. Please enter me in the Kindle giveaway. Thanks.
3. As far as I know, my library does not have any book clubs or even offer any.
Oh wow I have actually been to the Swiss Alps and did not know that. Hopefully I can visit my friends again and go there. As for book clubs. I haven't been in one but I am a part of several review groups which is great,
Our library has a book club, but I haven't joined it. I'm a member of an online book club with many other Christian fiction readers/authors. We vote on a book each month, then read and discuss it. Anyone can post questions for discussion or comments on what they are reading. It's working quite well, and it's fun to see other readers' thoughts on the book.