Memoirs of a Pastor: The Good, The Bad, The Ugly
Autobiographical account of one woman's journey of her life story tied to the physical world and self reflections. In this memoir, Pitts shares moments of truth and insight we can learn from. She does not shy away from mentioning her flaws (pitfalls). We forget that pastors are human and are a work in progress.
Therefore, we are to patiently embrace people as human, instead of problems. Here is Rev. Pitts most personal book, providing us with details about her journey and testimonies, starting from experiences that shaped her from childhood. She reminds pastors, leaders and laity that despite our imperfections, we are accepted by God because of Jesus, not by our works, lest anyone should boast.
Learn from an ordinary pastor like Aleechea Pitts. Read this book to be blessed, encouraged, challenged, strengthened and instructed in matters that really count-Christian or not, pastor or not.