Reviews by Angela Cook
On 8/26 Angela Cook wrote: I have thoroughly enjoyed reading anything by Colleen Coble. Like any fiction reader, if you read too many too soon they all start to become common storylines. Lonestar Angel is an excellent read for those rainy days when there is more time then things to do and you can curl up on the couch with a good ... Lonestar is 4 Stars
On 10/12 Angela Cook wrote: Fresh-brewed was an updated title from Nicole Johnson and though it included amazing truths, if you've been following Nicole Johnson for long, it was a little like drinking that lukewarm cup of coffee you seem to never finish because of kids and chores. I would really like to see something truly fresh ... New Pot of Coffee Needed
On 8/6 Angela Cook wrote: Stumbling Into Grace by Lisa Harper is one of reflection and retrospect but approached with the humor of being a woman who is searching after the heart of her first love, Jesus. I appreciate authors in our culture who not only share their own stories but also encourage the reader to draw in close to ... Stumbling Into Grace
On 7/5 Angela Cook wrote: God is Love. As He is so are we. We are a light to the world to show God's love and through all of history God has destined His human creation for that very thing. God was in Christ during His earthly ministry and now we have the Holy Spirit to be as loving as the Father and His Son. The book, God's ... He Loves Us, Oh How He Loves Us
On 6/21 Angela Cook wrote: If you've been in church for any amount of time you have heard time and time again how important it is for husband and wife to pray together. I read a book recently entitled, Couples Who Pray. The couple who wrote the book had not always been actively involved in prayer but had discovered after many ... Prayer is AWESOME, This book is So-So....
On 1/5 Angela Cook wrote: According to FTC guidelines, here's my disclosure: this book was provided for my review from BookSneeze. They didn't require or request a positive review or anything other than an honest and thorough review. Because I received this book as part of a book review program I read it out of order from the ... Free To Be
On 1/5 Angela Cook wrote: After spending a year in rural Mississippi and having a tough time plugging into a church that was relevant to the 21st century I was intrigued by this title. My husband and I have always considered hitting the road and heading out of modern suburbia, into rural America prior to hearing of O'Dell's book. ... Country Folks Can Survive
On 1/5 Angela Cook wrote: Max Lucado is hands down one of my favorite authors. This is the second book I've read in the past year from Lucado that was written about how our lives are not here by accident but that we are truly here to leave a legacy for those who follow. As a Lucado fan I admit that part of the reason I love ... Leave a Legacy
On 9/26 Angela Cook wrote: Okay, so I'm a little behind on blogging because I've been spending so much time catching up on some reading. With four children, two of them full-time homeschool, a sweet little one year old and a very active and happy almost four year old, this momma is VERY busy. So please bear with me ... And yet...Another Book Review!
On 9/18 Angela Cook wrote: As the mother of three young sons, I was glad to pick up this book from Booksneeze for review. I graduated college with my BA in History with the intention of being a school teacher - to teach young people how to grasp History as a way of example rather than a bunch of meaningless information to memorize ... Leadership Examples
On 9/17 Angela Cook wrote: Having three sons made this a no brainer when I saw that it was available on Booksneeze. I could not wait to get it and read it to my three sons. It was the perfect way to introduce how important each and every person is and how we all have a purpose in our lives. The illustrations are absolutely fabulous ... My Boys Will Change the World
On 7/25 Angela Cook wrote: Well, I tried again to read me some Ravi Zacharias and once again found myself swimming in a ocean of big words and a lack of understanding. (bad grammar used to make a point). Although I am a college graduate I still am unable to really follow much of what Dr. Zacharias writes. I have been able to ... Way Beyond Me...
On 6/27 Angela Cook wrote: It's book review time here at Beyond Laundry and let me tell you, I just finished reading an absolute GEM of a book by Max Lucado entitled, You Can Be Everything God Wants You To Be. It's a little gift book but it definitely lives up to the "good things come in small packages" standard. As all Lucado ... You are You-nique
On 6/17 Angela Cook wrote: I recently received the book A Guy's Guide To Life from a reading to blog program I am part of. As the mother of three young sons, I chose this book to review so that I could read it and stick it on the shelf for future reference. I enjoyed the books topics and believe them to be very relevent regardless ... For My Sons
On 6/7 Angela Cook wrote: I was very excited to have the opportunity to read Storm Warning by Billy Graham. I did not realize that this was a revision of his 1992 book when I agreed to review the book. The first few pages left me with a feeling of dread...dread of reading of sad and depressing situations people all over the world ... Weather the Storm
On 5/15 Angela Cook wrote: I have been waiting for a long time to see a book like God's Promises for Boys come out at the Christian Bookstore! I recently received this book via Booksneeze to review. I was so excited to see it on the available book list that I hurried to read my last book just to get a hold of this one. As the ... God's Promises for Boys!
On 5/7 Angela Cook wrote: John C. Maxwell is the Billy Graham of leadership writing. This book is just as amazing as every other book writen by Maxwell. This particular edition is a gift book which would be an excellent filler gift for any high school or college graduate. It also provides a great foundation for a leadership small ... The Right to Lead is Right On!
On 4/21 Angela Cook wrote: This book was an okay read. Although I've never been a huge fan of Whelchel's writing I will say that most of what I read in this book is for the most part, great advice for adult friendship. Much of what Whelchel relates her issues of friendship to involve what happened to her during childhood. My critique ... Friendship Resource
On 4/8 Angela Cook wrote: Your typical Christian romance novel, Lonestar Homecoming is definitely face paced and it keeps your attention throughout most of the book. The story is about a young woman, Gracie Lister, as she goes on the run from her fiance who is possibly connected to a drug ring coming in from Mexico. Gracie needs ... Lonestar Homecoming