Reviews by sherri
On 5/3 sherri wrote: enjoyed this book while I was reading it, but I can't say it was deeply impactful or made a huge impression on me. The truths that Rebekah shares are good: we are free in Christ, and because of that, we are free to rest in the presence of Him, free to grieve and confess, and free to move forward into ... Worthwhile Read
On 3/31 sherri wrote: This was one of those books that got better the further I got into it. The first part of the book is the author's story: her difficult childhood as her parents divorced, her teenage years as her mother began to hate her, and her young adult life as her biological father (and convicted criminal) stalked ... No More Faking Fine Book Review
On 2/28 sherri wrote: I really enjoy reading memoirs, so I picked this one up. The author tells her story of being horribly bullied throughout her childhood. It was very surprising to me to read the extent of the things she suffered at the hands of her classmates. The bullying deeply affected her, which is evident even in ... Not as Good as I anticipated
On 3/2 sherri wrote: There was a good amount of detail about the season of The Bachelor, which I loved reading. There were fewer details about her season of The Bachelorette, but she frequently acknowledges the enormous amount of pressure to feel and act a certain way. The show's atmosphere made it easy to believe that she ... Interesting read for behind the scenes!
On 1/23 sherri wrote: This book is about what John MacArthur calls "the hidden truth about your identity in Christ." He says that being a Christian is all about being a slave of Christ. His argument is that multiple translations of the Bible have mistranslated the word doulos. Where many translations use the English word ... Slave by John MacArthur
On 12/7 sherri wrote: From my perspective as a newlywed, this book is a great reminder of what can happen in a marriage if you stop tending to it. The story is of John and Abby Reynolds, their marriage that has fallen apart, and the façade they parade in front of their children along the way. Although their love story ... A Time to Dance by Karen Kingsbury