What’s a nice Jewish girl like you doing in a church like this?

Lynne Bradley

ISBN: 9781909728295

149 Pages

Published Apr 2015


Paperback £8.99 Kindle £2.99
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‘I knew it was time to finally hang up my dancing shoes when, while preparing for the show Chicago the only costume that fitted me had the name Ronnie Barker written inside it!’

Ballet dancer, model, performing artist, poet and Messianic Jewess – Lynne Bradley’s has been no quiet life! This is the bright, frank and humorous account of how Jesus pursued her for many years before she finally turned to Him. Offering insights into the Jewish and Christian faiths, this is an honest tale of heartache and joy, dramatic healing and second chances.

  • This intriguing title takes you into the fascinating world of post-war Britain through the eyes of a child. It is also the story of a journey of faith; how, after 51 years, Lynne found the God of second chances. A fascinating story, wonderfully told by a gifted storyteller.

    Nana Asante, Former Mayor of Harrow
  • This is a book with timing, perfect comic timing and God's right timing. Sit down with your favourite drink, take your watch off and just savour reading this book. I did. It is richly human, full of courage, tragedy, humour and the fullness of life. It is also shot through with Lynne's growing relationship with the God who reveals Himself. You can almost hear her rich voice recounting the stories that will leave you laughing, weeping, and full of renewed hope.

    Rev Shaun Lambert, Senior Minister of Stanmore Baptist Church, author, speaker and teacher on Mindfulness
  • A heart-warming story, beautifully told, of how the God of miracles passionately loves each and every one of His children, and will go to extraordinary lengths to be restored to a relationship with them.

    Nicki Copeland, writer, speaker, author of Less than ordinary? and Losing the Fig Leaf

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