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The Scuttlebutt LettersWords to a Wild Tongue

The Scuttlebutt Letters

Words to a Wild Tongue

Natalie Brand
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This product is available for pre-order and is due for release on 14 May 2024

Endorsements

Natalie Brand has written in a disarming style, and with frightening accuracy, of the way our tongues get out of control with gossip, exaggeration, lies, deflection, boasting, ridicule and more. I was not sure at times whether to laugh, wince or cry, but it is a healthy reflection leading to repentance, as we place our trust in the one who spoke with truth, wisdom and grace.

Graham Nicholls, Director, Affinity, Cambridge, UK

… a must–read for every believer with a tongue. With honest insight, clever humour, and theological care, Natalie shows the trappings of sinful speech and the gospel remedy for self–deceived hearts. Her writing is a delight, and her message is timely.

Cheryl Marshall, Co–author, ‘When Words Matter Most’

Natalie has written a rare jewel – something not only deliciously playful but also theologically rich and deeply convicting. With deftly crafted, witty prose, she ultimately leads our convicted hearts and tongues to the sweetest Word, Christ himself. 

Felicity Carswell and Sarah Dargue, Hosts, Two Sisters and a Cup of Tea podcast

A modern allegory to deal with the age–old problem of keeping our lips under control … clever, funny and a powerful reminder that at heart it is our hearts which need changing.

Ros Clarke, Associate Director, Church Society

If everything you say is always loving and life–giving then you can give this book a miss. For the rest of us, The Scuttlebutt Letters is a great resource. Drawing deeply on biblical wisdom, its intriguing and engaging presentation hits home time after time. It not only dissects the good and bad of our speech; it offers true hope. 

Tim Chester, Author and senior faculty member, Crosslands Training

Not since we last heard from Wormwood’s uncle, has an author so masterfully employed Lewis’s Screwtape motif to simultaneously entertain, expose, convict and challenge the human heart. This book is a sanctified riot!

Reggie Weems, Pastor; C.S. Lewis researcher

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