Reviews by Cindie
On 1/16 Cindie wrote: I really enjoyed this book as our own church is in a time of transition and it was quite inspiring. The author,Gordon MacDonald uses a fictional church and town to portray what it might look like if a church decided to intentionally cultivate "deep people." These people would be hand-picked by the Pastor ... Going Deep...Becoming A Person of Influence
On 10/27 Cindie wrote: I must admit prior to reading this book I had no idea who Brenda Warner was as I do not follow football at all. She is the wife of former football star, Kurt Warner and the mother of seven children. It is a story of someone who went from "rags to riches" but who has not let the riches change who she ... One Call Away by Brenda Warner
On 8/16 Cindie wrote: As always I am never sure what to expect when I obtain a book for review and once again I was very pleasantly surprised as this is a wonderful book. I loved how the book was broken down with practtical but definitely wise advice. It is advice that I think benefits not only the younger generation who ... Book Review of "The Little Red Book of Wisdom"
On 7/7 Cindie wrote: I have read several of Andy Andrews books and enjoyed this one as I have all of the others. He is a very skilled writer and I loved reading it not only because of all the historical narratives in it, but also looking at it through the eyes of somone who desires to see how one's life can make a difference. ... Review of The Final Summit
On 5/10 Cindie wrote: I have not previously read anything by Marcia Ford, but found this book very informative. I believe it would be a wonderful gift for someone who is a new Christian or for that matter anyone who has lots of questions that they might be afraid to ask in a public setting. I like how the book was broken ... A Conversation with God for Women
On 2/19 Cindie wrote: I recently reviewed "Same Life, New Story" by Jan Silvious for BookSneeze. The author encourages women to look at their lives as a story and uses women from the Bible in each chapter as a reminder to us that we can change our thinking with God's help and by doing so we can change the course of our lives. I ... February 19, 2011
On 1/15 Cindie wrote: I was asked by BookSneeze to review the book, "The Power Based Life" by Mike Flynt. As a LIfe Coach I always jump at the chance to read books who help others to reach the goals they have set for themselves and this book is certainly an excellent resource. The thoughts below are mine and I have not been ... Review of "The Power Based Life"
On 12/17 Cindie wrote: I recently received a copy of "START! The Bible for New Believers from BookSneeze for Review. It is written in the New King James Version and Greg Laurie is the General Editor. This Bible introduces the Plan of Salvation for new Christians and is followed with Secrets to Spiritual Success. This section ... START! The Bible for New Believers
On 10/12 Cindie wrote: I am a Life Coach and so of course, this title just beckoned me. I have read many of Max Lucado's books and always enjoy them but this one really spoke to my heart. Leaving a legacy...for me that is something I desire to do. I believe that we were all created to share the love of Christ with others and ... Review of "outlive Your Life...You Were Made to Make a Difference"
On 9/10 Cindie wrote: This was the first book I have read by the author Beth Webb Hart, but I will certainly be on the lookout for her others. The setting for this book is Charleston and it is a wonderful story of the importance of faith being a part of our family and our friendships. Roy Summerall is a widowed priest with ... Love Charleston...Book Review
On 8/11 Cindie wrote: I enjoy reading John C. Maxwell's books and when the opportunity came about through BookSneeze to review this book for them I looked forward to doing so. It was a quick read as it has about 123 pages. I believe that it would make a wonderful gift for someone who is either in leadership or feels that ... review of the book, the Right to Lead
On 6/9 Cindie wrote: To be honest I was not at all sure I would enjoy this book as I do not usually pick novels that are set in the 1800's as a rule, but I was pleasantly surprised. This novel is set in Newport, Rhode Island in1899. Newport In its day was a place of sleek yachts, and ladies of leisure. There were and still ... Love On A Dime
On 5/20 Cindie wrote: I have just finished reading the book "Embracing Your Second Calling" by Dale Hanson Bourke. I was asked to review the book by Book Sneeze and have thoroughly enjoyed it. As many of you know I am a Life Purpose Coach and this book is such a reminder that we do have seasons in our lives. Those of us ... Embracing Your Second Calling