Marion Moore Hill, speaking
Tommi Homuth, worship associate
Sneak Peek VIDEO
If the morning program is hard to read, you can download it here
The Morning Program: TMP - 05-09 v.2 FINAL
Wisdom and self-deprecating humor meet in Anne Lamott’s writing, as she talks forthrightly about her life as a daughter, mother, and grandmother, as well as a recovering alcoholic. Marion Hill will quote from Lamott’s books of faith-based essays that have made her beloved by millions of fans, many of whom might not agree with her admittedly “left-wing politics.” Her honest, sometimes laugh-out-loud, comments about her foolish mistakes, sincere efforts, and unexpected triumphs speak to us with sensitivity and experience that we recognize.
Marion Hill, a charter member of our congregation and chair of the membership committee, is a mystery author who writes two series of novels (the Scrappy Librarian Mysteries and the Deadly Past Mysteries–see www.marionmoorehill.net for details. She formerly taught English at Southeastern Oklahoma State University and both English and journalism at Carson-Newman College (now University) in Tennessee, and has been a legal secretary.