Thomas Mark Zuniga : Struggle Central: Quarter-Life Confessions of a Messed Up Christian

Struggle Central: Quarter-Life Confessions of a Messed Up Christian

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Biographies & Memoirs, Religion & Spirituality

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Donald Miller, Anne Lamott, Max Andrew Dubinsky, Bob Goff, Wesley Hill

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162 pages



Publication Date

April 29, 2013



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After an Eden’s upbringing in eastern Pennsylvania, 12-year-old Tom Zuniga's world suddenly gave root to an alien existence of struggle. Initiated by an 800-mile move from the only home he’d ever known, he started warring in unforeseen ways: isolation at a Southern Baptist church and bullying at a Christian high school, all the while fiercely determined to conceal sexual secrets spanning his entire childhood. It wasn’t until after college with a fresh start in a new state and two pivotal summer excursions that a foreign thread of redemption started spinning among the struggle.

Struggle Central tells the quarter-life quest of an introverted Christian’s desperate cross-country search for purpose and belonging, both inside the Church and out. Brimming with tears of heartache and euphoria alike, Zuniga's candid collection of “messy memoirs” follows life’s arduous journey through endless valleys and perilous climbs, reveling in the breathtaking peaks to be discovered along the way.

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