Reviews by Joy Chan
On 2/16 Joy Chan wrote: "Captivating" is the companion book to "Wild at Heart", written specifically for women. It seeks to explain and restore godly femininity. From the blurb: "Your heart matters more than anything else in all creation. The desires you had as a little girl and the longings you still feel as a woman are telling ... Worth wading through the rubbish to find the pearls.
On 4/8 Joy Chan wrote: The title of this book pretty much sums up it's theme: finding purpose beyond our pain. It is impossible to live a life completely free of pain. Rather than trying to avoid pain, we need to realise that pain is not the enemy and can actually be our ally. With plenty of biblical and contemporary examples ... Finding Purpose Beyond Our Pain
On 8/15 Joy Chan wrote: by Max Lucado. Why does God allow tragedy? Can God bring good from incomprehensible loss? How should we pray during times of great suffering? These are the type of questions Lucado tries to answer in 80 smalla pages. The power of prayer … does not depend on the one who makes the prayer but on the ... For the tough times