Read More Than the Tattooed Mormon Online Free - Al Fox Carraway has spent the last four years inspiring the world with her story of conversion, redemption, and finding faith. As a blogger, social media personality, and award-winning public speaker, her message has reached millions. This moving biography and up-close account of her life and membership in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (sometimes called the "LDS" or "Mormon" church) will show you what it means to truly trust in the Lord.
"Don't go, Al. You won't fit in."
Being baptized and following the Lord has made Al's life harder than it ever was before. She endured criticism from friends and family for becoming a Mormon. She faced harsh judgments from Church members for her appearance. She gave up everything and felt more alone than she ever had in her life. All because she chose God.
Now she shares an up-close look at how trusting God has led her to places she never expected. As a blogger, YouTuber, and award-winning public speaker, her message has reached millions. Sharing her love of the Savior, Al goes beyond her own conversion and encourages readers to choose God above anything else. This uplifting book inspires readers to build a true relationship with the Lord that will bring them real, lasting happiness.
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April 21, 2016
This was okay. I really enjoyed the beginning where she outlined her conversion and the struggles she encountered as a result. I also enjoyed the first parts where she encourages her readers to press through difficult times with faith. However, this felt like a blog post that just went on for too...
November 19, 2015
My Favorite Quotes--
"Ask God, Not Google."
"We are blessed by our efforts of trying, not perfection."
"Hard times will consistently be there, but so will Christ."
"The gospel is not there to prevent hard times from coming but to help strengthen and guide us when they do come."
Al has been...
January 03, 2016
Great experience, great girl. Wouldn't doubt that she's an amazing motivational speaker. But writing was so juvenile I could barely get through it.
November 14, 2015
How could you not look at that face of pure joy and not want to read about her journey of faith and happiness?! Great pep talks in here, and so many phrases I wanted to underline. I've never met Al, but if I get the chance I want to give her a hug and say thank you. I'm already making up a list o...
November 28, 2015
I love to read conversion stories and heard about Al Fox (now Carraway) a few years ago. I didn't know too much about her so was interested to hear her story.
I loved that I felt like she was just talking to me, telling me what led up to her joining the church and how difficult it was for her aft...
June 06, 2016
I liked this book. Al Fox Carraway is an amazing person and this book made me want to be and do better. The only reason I didn't give it 5 stars is because I wanted more life stories and less preaching.
November 20, 2015
This book is SO good. Al writes about the gospel with such joy that it's contagious. Her writing makes you want to be a better person. I would highly, highly recommend!
May 11, 2016
It was an interesting thing, reading this book. A friend from church used some of it in her Relief Society lesson and it intrigued me, so I asked another friend to borrow her book.
About half way through the book I was thinking to myself, I don't NEED this book at all in my life. I am not struggli...
August 06, 2016
I like books like this because they're motivational and they generally make me feel good or at least make me feel bad but hopeful. It was no different with this one. I really needed to hear some of the things she had to say and I appreciate that. However, again with books like this, the writing t...
January 13, 2016
What a fantastic book! It felt so empowering to read a fellow female Mormon's life experiences and testimony. Carraway's writing is funny, approachable, and often quite powerful. I felt uplifted during the whole book. Her life struggles are deeply relatable and her testimony is hard-earned and si...