Reviews by Kimberly Walker
On 10/15 Kimberly Walker wrote: I believe that almost everyone has heard of Oprah Winfrey. Over the past twenty-five years, her daytime talk show has been wildly successful, while at the same time a roller coaster ride at best. In the beginning it was one of negativity, trash, filth, and the very worst of societal topics, thus earning ... Where Has Oprah Taken Us?
On 10/3 Kimberly Walker wrote: Does the idea of intimacy with God seem farfetched and irrelevant to your real, daily life? Ever wonder if your own little story has any significance in the larger scheme of things, or why Gods Word doesnt seem to speak to you? In Close Enough to Hear God Breathe, readers encounter a rich message that ... Close Enough to Hear God Breathe: The Great Story of Divine Intimacy
On 8/5 Kimberly Walker wrote: Stumbling into Grace: Confessions of a Sometimes Spiritually Clumsy Woman, by Lisa Harper is a book that I truly enjoyed reading. This is the first book I've read by Lisa Harper, and all I can say is that I was missing out! Automatically from the first page, it felt like I was reading a conversation ... Stumbling into Grace: Confessions of a Sometimes Spiritually Clumsy Woman
On 7/29 Kimberly Walker wrote: Massive amounts of oxygen after a premature birth left Michael Hingson permanently blind. Rather than send their son off to an institution for blind children, Michael’s parents chose to keep him at home and raise him just the same as their other children. Because he was “main streamed” in life, ... Thunder Dog: The True Story of a Blind Man, His Guide Dog and the Triumph of Trust at Ground Zero
On 7/3 Kimberly Walker wrote: I recently had the opportunity to read The Waiting Place by Eileen Button and I must say that I really liked this book. In The Waiting Place, Mrs. Button gives insight to different waiting places that we experience in our lives. Some of her waiting places included waiting for her baby to cry...a very ... A Great Book
On 5/28 Kimberly Walker wrote: Neta Jackson has written the fourth installment to her Yada Yada House of Hope novel, "Who is my Shelter?" Readers will continue on life's journey with Gabby, the main character of the series. The first installment of the series jumped off with connecting the reader to Gabby and ended on a shocking ... Great Book
On 12/31 Kimberly Walker wrote: I remember while growing up, story time was a nightly ritual with my mom and I. I recently came across a beautiful children's book, that I will keep for when I have children of my own. The Precious Moments Storybook Bible is a pretty decent addition to my library with a durable hard cover, one-hundred ... Makes a perfect gift
On 10/7 Kimberly Walker wrote: Based on a true story, a saga of a family,who in a blink of an eye their 2 yr old son goes missing while the father is to be watching him, and the mother is packing for a family vacation. In a desperate search they become overwhelm by the show of support from their neighbors and town, and realize that ... I was bored and waiting for something to happen.
On 9/11 Kimberly Walker wrote: I had never read a Max Lucado book, but I'm so glad that I started with Outlive Your Life. This book is a call to get off the couch, to care about someone beyond yourself, and change the world. I really enjoyed this book, and have found myself pondering its points during my day-to-day life. I appreciate ... Out Live Your Life