Supposing you're a life-long, faithful Christian who is finding just being faithful to family, friends, church, vocation and beliefs just too difficult. What do you do? You can't give up, even if you're tempted to, because all of this is far too important just to drop it all and run. Adrian Plass was in exactly that situation, and his solution was to write quite possibly the funniest book ever written about the trials and tribulations of being a Christian in the modern world. Just because it's hilarious doesn't mean that it's shallow, either: Mr Plass has a genius for using humour to expose the raw edges of life, the things we'd all prefer not to have to think about - the hurts, the hypocrisy, the depression, the sad things that happen - and somehow to make them better, to make some sense of them. If you're discouraged this book - and its two equally effective sequels - really are the ultimate pick-me-up; and if you're not, they'll warm your heart at the same time as really getting you thinking.