Lisa was a public relations director and event planner in D.C.A Christian-in-name-only, Lisa dated freely in spite of her insecurities. An Atheist. A Catholic. A Quaker. A Preacher. A Jew. Some gave her the answers she yearned for, while others leftMoreLisa was a public relations director and event planner in D.C.A Christian-in-name-only, Lisa dated freely in spite of her insecurities.
An Atheist. A Catholic. A Quaker. A Preacher. A Jew. Some gave her the answers she yearned for, while others left her with more questions.As Lisa’s star rose in the political movement, her quest to find her Mr. Righteous led her down a path of religious confusion and discovery. Lisa navigates her journey with humor and humility.
Will she find her soul mate or save her soul? Is it too much to ask for both?Lisa De Pasquale is one of the best conservative writers out there, but this book isn’t about politics. It’s a fascinating and extremely personal account of her dating life, her massive insecurities and her mostly ineffective search for God – until one man accidentally reveals the truth to her. I won’t tell you how, or I’d ruin the ending. This is a true Christian story, disguised as racy Chick Lit.- Ann Coulter, New York Times Bestselling Author and ColumnistWith an entirely fresh perspective and a voice thats humorous, hopeful, and, at times, absolutely heartbreaking, Lisa De Pasquales quest to find Him is a must-read.
I loved Finding Mr. Righteous, agonizing over the rough patches along with De Pasquale and cheering her on throughout, and I cant recommend this book highly enough!- Jen Lancaster, New York Times Bestselling Author of the Tao of Martha and Here I Go AgainFinding Mr. Righteous is a true page-turner that will touch many lives. Thats because its a very sharply told, sometimes hilarious, sometimes sordid, but always bravely honest account of one womans search -- in all the wrong places -- for connection, meaning, peace, and true love.
By refusing to sugar-coat the sorrows and humiliations of her wanderings, her journeys end is all the more wonderful, powerful, moving, and sweet.- Eric Metaxas, New York Times Bestselling author of Bonhoeffer: Pastor, Martyr, Prophet, Spy