The New Girl

The New Girl Beth Kirkland has been the new girl a few times in her life As a pastor s daughter she spent her childhood going from one church to the next saying goodbye to friends and bearing wounds along the wa

  • Title: The New Girl
  • Author: Jenn Faulk
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 238
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Beth Kirkland has been the new girl a few times in her life As a pastor s daughter, she spent her childhood going from one church to the next, saying goodbye to friends and bearing wounds along the way When she finally settles down into a home of her own, she has no intention of ever moving again, even as the ministry she s involved with takes some unexpected turns, reunBeth Kirkland has been the new girl a few times in her life As a pastor s daughter, she spent her childhood going from one church to the next, saying goodbye to friends and bearing wounds along the way When she finally settles down into a home of her own, she has no intention of ever moving again, even as the ministry she s involved with takes some unexpected turns, reuniting her with Joey Anderson, her childhood friend, as he becomes the pastor of her church The New Girl is a sweet love story about friends who become , the relationship between a pastor and his church, and all the ways that God proves Himself to be faithful even in the most trying of circumstances.

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    1 thought on “The New Girl”

    1. Beth and Joey had known each other when they were children. Her father was Joey's pastor. She was 13 and he was 17 when her father accepted a new call in a different state. She was always the new girl since her father moved churches a lot. They lost contact for 10 years and reconnected when he was assigned to a church plant that she was a part of.Jenn Faulk's stories ususally start off with the couple being friends and then turning into something more. I love that about her books. This was a swe [...]

    2. This was so good. Being behind the scenes of a church plant. Knowing what the pastor is going through the assistant what they're going through. And watching two child hood friends turn into romance and lasting relationship!!!

    3. Called to LoveJenn has done it again. Her insight of the real life of a Pastor was spot on and she should know since she is a Pastor's wife. I know because I served as a Pastor's wife over 35 years. Finding love is hard enough but finding one to serve a lifetime in ministry with you is even harder. I love how she reunites two people who were childhood friends. It was clear God had had prepared them individually to serve Him together. This is a sweet love story with a lot of depth.

    4. The New Girl!!I really enjoyed this sweet romance by Jenn Faulk. It was humorous, sweet and had a wonderful message. As with all of her books she has a way of capturing the reader from the beginning and turning the pages until the end. I highly recommend this book.

    5. Sweet love story with a touch of humorThis book was a very cute and quick read. Although I really liked that it was a clean Christan book, I can only rate it 3 stars. (If had half stars I would rate it 3 1/2). The reason being I couldn't feel the romance between the two main characters. ******Not certain if this part is a spoiler or not***** When Joey let his interest be known Beth told him it would be weird. Although she did tell him she didn't know what was missing in her life until she saw h [...]

    6. More about church issues than a romance, it seemed. I just didn't feel the happy escape of a happy-ending story. I felt a lot of frustration when I read this. At first she had issues with her childhood, but I totally did not get, nor relate, to her first refusal of a godly man. Was she called to be single? Why would she be completely surprised about his interest? Is it not common sense that single woman plus a single man, both surpassing each other's standards as someone they looked up to, spend [...]

    7. A good story about always being the new girl, losing "home," but finding it in your best friend. Good insights into church conflicts/splits. Love Jenn Faulk's books!

    8. This was cute but there was way too much telling. I never felt like I got to experience their relationship.

    9. Cute story with a sort of twist. I enjoyed the PK angle from both sides as well as the pastor's wife part of the story. I wanted to get some of the recipes from her!

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