May/June: Fiction and Non-fiction Selections

Anita - posted on 05/24/2010 ( 8 moms have responded )

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Non-Fiction selection
Dangerous Surrender by Kay Warren

Surrendering to God isn't easy. It can bring both joy and heartache. But it enables you to know God in a deeper way than ever before. When Kay Warren's plans for her future were suddenly derailed by cancer, she had a choice to make. She chose to surrender to God's plan - and she invites you to do the same.




Fiction selection
The Unseen Essential: A Story for our troubled times (Part One) by James P. Gills, MD.

The Unseen Essential, October 7, 2009
By J. Wenglikowski (Michigan USA) - See all my reviews
This review is from: The Unseen Essential
If you are questioning your faith because it's not evident at the moment...Read this book with part 2 Tender Journey and you will know without a doubt God is always working for you.

5.0 out of 5 stars The Unseen Essential, November 22, 2008
By Gerhard E. Zellmer
This review is from: The Unseen Essential: A Story for Our Troubled Times... Part One (Paperback)
The book is an excellent story that conveys God's answer to our need for Him in our life.

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Cindy - posted on 08/06/2010

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I'll have to look to see if they have these in the library tomorrow.

I live with MS, along with it comes chronic pain and fatigue. I am a huge advocate for surrender. In fact, from what I have learned, I share the concept whenever I can. The intimacy it creates between you and God is transforming. I always say we as people get caught up with so much of our horizontal relationships we forget how to truly have a vertical one with Him. The key is surrender! - Cindy

Anne - posted on 05/30/2010

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Hi Anita, You have more knowledge about these Authors than I do so if you think we can be done by Min-June that should be o.k.


Lets go with the book The Unseen Essential: A Story for our troubled times (Part One) by James P. Gills, MD.

I just finished reading The book I mentioned by Karen Kingsberry and I have to say it was the hardest book of hers that I have read. It was dealing with the after effects of Abortion. Great book, just HARD Read.

Anita - posted on 05/27/2010

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When you start depends on your reading speed, but we need to be done by mid-June, right Anne?

Anne - posted on 05/27/2010

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Hi Anita, Is the Fiction selection a novel about our troubled times, much like the "Left Behind" books are? It sounds like although they are written by two different authors, that they sort of "go together". Is the Tender Journey another book, or a work book?



Although I had mentioned Karen Kingsberry's book Shades of Blue, if there is more interest for this book I am all for reading this book.

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