Church Ain't a Showplace for Saints

Angelia Vernon Menchan

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Church Ain't a Showplace for Saints

Church Ain t a Showplace for Saints Anise woke up exhausted She had spent the night before drinking and felt like she was dipped in a bottle of tequila but the one thing on her mind was going to church She had dreamed about her grandma

  • Title: Church Ain't a Showplace for Saints
  • Author: Angelia Vernon Menchan
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 497
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Anise woke up exhausted She had spent the night before drinking and felt like she was dipped in a bottle of tequila but the one thing on her mind was going to church She had dreamed about her grandma, mama and aunt in one night and they each told her, Baby, the Lord is still waiting It had been years She was thirty seven, and than half her life had been spent siAnise woke up exhausted She had spent the night before drinking and felt like she was dipped in a bottle of tequila but the one thing on her mind was going to church She had dreamed about her grandma, mama and aunt in one night and they each told her, Baby, the Lord is still waiting It had been years She was thirty seven, and than half her life had been spent since then Standing in the mirror, she took her own measure and knew it was only God who kept her The fact she looked halfway decent was a miracle and as her grandma used to say, Proof that Jesus was real She remembered the last day she attended church She rolled out of bed after a night of debauchery but no matter what, she went to church Strolling in that morning, the first person she ran into was Sister Chantelle Chantelle Myers, who would later be Chantelle Rodgers, was the personification of a church girl Her dress was proper, her stockings opaque and she even wore a pillbox hat and was only three years older than Anise, which made her twenty five Chantelle s lips tightened as Anise tried to walk past her and she grabbed Anise s arm, literally pulling her into a side office Anise Silvers, I cannot believe you coming in here smelling like liquor and midnight You ought to be ashamed Chantelle hissed and Anise could smell the peppermint on her breath She knew there was a supply in her handbag Chantelle, last time I checked, church was for everybody Go on, now Church is for those trying to live and do right, it s not for those who just rolled out some man s bed and coming in here This is church and that tight dress and bare legs is just plain sinful Sinful I know your grandmother is rolling over in her grave Her words felt like Ginzu knives slicing through flesh Suddenly, Anise felt weary and ashamed Maybe Chantelle was right Chantelle was as pure as the driven snow and had spent her life in church Surely, she knew better Turning on her heels, she fled and hadn t been back in fifteen years But that day, that morning, she was going to church It was past time

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    One thought on “Church Ain't a Showplace for Saints

    1. deb on said:

      Church Ain't A Showplace For SaintsWow! I can't wait to discover more about these characters. I fell in love with Krista, I was rooting and waiting for Chantelle to surrender to Christ and Anise was a breath of fresh air with her sweet brutal honesty. Please bless Maynard with a woman, he is a sweetheart. The title is catchy and very true.

    2. Edna Hicks on said:

      A Good ReadEnjoyed reading this book. Confirmation that we are sinners saved by Grace. There are no perfect Christians. Recommended reading for those interested in reading Christian fiction.

    3. Deirdre Davis on said:

      It's A Winner!!I should have known Ms. Menchan was going to tell the truth! Loved Anise and Farrell.o people navigating through a changed life. Chantelle, Stanley and Uncle Maynard are an interesting trio! Very honest story about appearances! It's a winner! Loved it!

    4. S.E. Felida on said:

      Man, Ms. Angelia you sure know how to tackle real-life situations in your books. Chantelle is a mess, and then she has the nerve to judge Anise? I really wished sometimes that I knew her personally, just so that I could slap the hell out of her. As usual, your books never disappoint looking forward to the next instalments.

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