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  • For those of us trying to live within the space between "everything is possible" and "nothing is possible," this book is exactly that companion I know its authors to be: brilliant, hilarious, absurd, honest, hopeful, true­hearted, and good to the core.

    Sarah Bessey, editor of A Rhythm of Prayer and author of Jesus Feminist
  • With humour and wit, Good Enough guides us into a spirituality that is at once rich and humble, challenging us to search for beauty and meaning in deep waters, yet never asking more of us than a tender and compassionate God would. This devotional is medicine for all those thirsting for mercy in the mundane.

    Cole Arthur Riley, author of This Here Flesh and creator of Black Liturgies
  • This book understands me, especially the parts I keep hidden for fear people will think less of me if they know how sad I can get. Kate and Jessica bless those who mourn. They also connect the dots between feelings and actions, giving readers concrete things to do that lead to small springs of healing bubbling up all over the place.

    Barbara Brown Taylor, author of An Altar in the World and Learning to Walk in the Dark
  • Winsome, wise, and true, Good Enough is a devotional for those of us who can't stand devotionals. Kate and Jessica are gentle, funny companions for the journey. Overflowing with grace, humour, and clear-eyed counsel, their warm and tender writing pushes back against my cynicism and fear. Their generous blessings soften my curmudgeonly heart. And, ultimately, they convince me that I don't need to be perfect, that I can be good enough-and there's tremendous hope in that.

    Jeff Chu, author of Does Jesus Really Love Me? and co-curator of Evolving Faith

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