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In book two of the Jesus at Walmart Trilogy, Malachi Marble is still working at Walmart. The former pastor, toils through the night while attempting to keep the desire of his heart alive-his passion to serve God and his coworkers at the store. Join Malachi as his life, his faith, and his yearnings become exposed to vulnerability's limit. Walk past the greeter, into the hea In book two of the Jesus at Walmart Trilogy, Malachi Marble is still working at Walmart. The former pastor, toils through the night while attempting to keep the desire of his heart alive-his passion to serve God and his coworkers at the store. Join Malachi as his life, his faith, and his yearnings become exposed to vulnerability's limit. Walk past the greeter, into the heart and soul of Walmart with Malachi. Another trip to Walmart like no other, awaits you. And may you enjoy the venue of fiction for exploring thoughts and ideas to new depths.


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In book two of the Jesus at Walmart Trilogy, Malachi Marble is still working at Walmart. The former pastor, toils through the night while attempting to keep the desire of his heart alive-his passion to serve God and his coworkers at the store. Join Malachi as his life, his faith, and his yearnings become exposed to vulnerability's limit. Walk past the greeter, into the hea In book two of the Jesus at Walmart Trilogy, Malachi Marble is still working at Walmart. The former pastor, toils through the night while attempting to keep the desire of his heart alive-his passion to serve God and his coworkers at the store. Join Malachi as his life, his faith, and his yearnings become exposed to vulnerability's limit. Walk past the greeter, into the heart and soul of Walmart with Malachi. Another trip to Walmart like no other, awaits you. And may you enjoy the venue of fiction for exploring thoughts and ideas to new depths.

30 review for Jesus at Walmart...the Cost

  1. 4 out of 5

    Elizabeth Proske

    I have mixed feelings about Jesus at Walmart, the Cost. The author is obviously a Christian, and he makes some excellent points in a fun-to-read story. Malachi is likeable as the disillusioned former pastor who is trying to lead a middle-of the-night Bible study at the Walmart he now works at. He meets some unique characters, and their excuses for not attending his Bible study or a decent church are sometimes priceless. Since I didn't read the first book in the series, though, I couldn't tell wh I have mixed feelings about Jesus at Walmart, the Cost. The author is obviously a Christian, and he makes some excellent points in a fun-to-read story. Malachi is likeable as the disillusioned former pastor who is trying to lead a middle-of the-night Bible study at the Walmart he now works at. He meets some unique characters, and their excuses for not attending his Bible study or a decent church are sometimes priceless. Since I didn't read the first book in the series, though, I couldn't tell where this story actually began, because much of the book is devoted to flashbacks, presumably to get the reader caught up on Book One. Also, a lot of the book is taken up by song lyrics, not just a verse or two to give the reader an idea, but entire songs, and Bible quotations, not just a verse here or there, but entire, lengthy passages. I have nothing against either of those, but it felt like the author was relying too heavily on other people's work to make his own book longer. Also, I would have liked to see the relationship between Malachi and his young friend Alex more fully developed, and for Malachi's heartbreak over a failed relationship more fully explored, because I just wasn't feeling either of them. All in all, it was an enjoyable book, just a bit unsatisfying. If you're bored and want a bunch of Biblically sound Sunday School lessons packaged in an entertaining fictional setting, go for it.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Erik Twisk

    I received this book via goodreads.com and I want to thank them and Rick Leland for giving me the opportunity to read this book. I was intrigued by the tittle of the book and really didn't know what to expect. I have to say that i''m not religious but that I really liked the book it was enjoyable to read and it sometimes gave me something to think about. This book is written very well and very interesting even if you aren't religious. Jesus at Walmart...the Cost I received this book via goodreads.com and I want to thank them and Rick Leland for giving me the opportunity to read this book. I was intrigued by the tittle of the book and really didn't know what to expect. I have to say that i''m not religious but that I really liked the book it was enjoyable to read and it sometimes gave me something to think about. This book is written very well and very interesting even if you aren't religious. Jesus at Walmart...the Cost

  3. 5 out of 5

    Michael Tuccillo

    Interesting read This book is for deciples of Jesus Christ. Not that unbelievers can't read it, however I'm not sure if it will make sense. Being a Christian and wanting more of God, I read this book and ponder. Give everything up in exchange for putting Jesus first in your life. What does that honestly mean? Thinking and praying. Interesting read This book is for deciples of Jesus Christ. Not that unbelievers can't read it, however I'm not sure if it will make sense. Being a Christian and wanting more of God, I read this book and ponder. Give everything up in exchange for putting Jesus first in your life. What does that honestly mean? Thinking and praying.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Andrea Bugg

    Good little read but too much flashbacks repeating the back story from first book.

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    Heike

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    martin merancio

  7. 5 out of 5

    John Pope

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    Jo Kendrick

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    Vickie

  10. 4 out of 5

    sharon worley

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    peggy potter

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    Shaelene

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    Pricilla Hernandez

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    Matthew Haynes

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    Twila Dillon Thomas

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    Jon D. Holstine

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    Loretta Kelly

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    Cristina S Vandroff

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    Lorie Barbrey

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    Sharon K Schnotala

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    Mary Ellen

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    Valerie Lowry

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    Cindy

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    Kellie Rusciolelli

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    Samantha

  29. 5 out of 5

    Nicholas Ross Gustin

  30. 5 out of 5

    Mary Beth paschal

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