A few months ago I read this book by Austin Boyd. It was great! I just recieved another copy of the book from the author himself so thought it would be a great idea to do a giveaway. I know many of you will enjoy reading this as much as I have. Intervening With the Divine I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book. Even though it is fiction it gives real to life consequences of what happens when we, as humans, choose to mess with God's design. Laura Ann is between a rock and a hard place. Her father is dying of cancer and needs some very expensive medication. The farm which has been in their family for years is in a financial bind due to her father's illness. To generate the income she doesn't have, she sells her eggs to a reproduction clinic. Although, she was brought up in church and taught to trust that God would always provide, she gets caught up in the advertisements for the quick cash she needs. Needless to say it wasn't all it was cut out to be. As the story
I am becoming a big fan of Cindy Woodsmall. I have always enjoyed reading Amish books, but had never heard of her as an author until I started participating in the Blogging for Books program from Waterbrook Multomah. I have now read several of her Amish series books and have enjoyed all of them. This latest book I received free from Waterbrook Press for the purpose of my review. This book is about Hannah, who after being thrown back into her past, must make some very tough decisions about her future. She must find healing from wounds to her soul, and make a choice to forgive or return to the Englisher community she went to live in, after being shunned by her own small Amish community. One thing I have always enjoyed about Amish books is the author's emphasis on the importance of family and God. No matter what happens in our lives, God can always bring healing and forgiveness to our hearts if we allow Him to. He also uses our circumstances and the things that at the moment s
Happy New Year! I have been a little off beat for a few weeks. During Christmas week and week after my youngest daughter ended up with pneumonia. New Years week and following days, Dear Hubby and Oldest have contracted strep, migraine's and severe cough. Due to trying to tend to the sick, entertain little ones, and catch up from the end of the year, I haven't had much opportunity to get on the computer, much less concentrate on posting. And I am a little behind on the technology. Have to be on here to do it, can't do it via any other hand held, mobile, portable equipment. So thank you for your patience, and those of you who have been praying for the sick ones, those prayers are much appreciated. Hope to be back on track very soon.