Mark has been pastoring New Vision church for six years now, and all his hard work is about to pay off as the church approaches mega-church status. But while Mark has been busy building the church, his own household has been crumbling to pieces. After ignoring divine guidance, Mark finds himself caught up in the appearance of a scandal that threatens to tear the church apart. And his wife's secrets only add insult to near-fatal injury. Sharla would have done just about anything to be a mother and, actually, she did. She was willing to pay the price for her mistakes, but she never dreamed someone else might have to suffer instead. How close can she come to confessing her past without jeopardizing her future?
Stepping Down is the eighth full-length novel from national best-selling author Michelle Stimpson. As the granddaughter of a pastor and the great-granddaughter of a bishop, she explores a conflict many spiritual leaders still encounter today. Listeners will enjoy this fast-paced, hard-hitting novel that addresses the ageless question: How can a man run the church if he can't run his own household?
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The narrater was awfull.
Get rid of the narrator
the story line was good.
edit out the mistakes
the narrator cleared his throat, and grossed me out. I thought something was wrong with the recording until I realized he was repeating the line because he was not reading it right.
He kept mispronouncing the characters names. This was the worse narrator I have every listened to. Because of William Butler I really did not enjoy this book as much as I should have. Please, please review the people that read for you I can promise you will loose listeners If they have to listen to the gross way this man coughed and cleared his throat on the recording. It was truly gross. Michelle you books are really good please don't make this mistake again.
Narration very disappointing
Not the narrator -- I may purchase another of the author's books.
Family unity and overcoming communication issues.
There were major problems with the clarity of narrator's speech. Inexcusable issues with (mis) pronunciation and enunciation of words. Lacked the appropriate inflections of the voice that would be expected of someone reading a book aloud. Unpolished, unprofessional.
- Marcey Rawls