Reviews by CookieB
On 6/27 CookieB wrote: Money Secrets of the Amish was a fun, functional, entertaining, and informative story, emanating from the author's observations and interviews conducted in Amish homes and workplaces in Michigan. Ms. Craker is respectful and admiring of the work ethic and frugality of the Amish families she visited. ... Fun, useful, information from the Amish culture that will benefit anyone who wants to save money.
On 4/24 CookieB wrote: I LOVED reading, The Final Summit, by Andy Andrews. This is a truly inspirational story. I'm now hooked on this author, and I'll be reading everything he's written. David Ponder is the central figure in the story. His wife has recently died and he is sad and lost without her companionship. ... THE FINAL SUMMIT
On 4/20 CookieB wrote: I read only 3 chapters of Sabbath: The Ancient Practices, and enjoyed it in a quiet, sweet way. It failed to maintain my interest for continued reading. The subject of the Sabbath really does not require an entire book. Allender's explanations and examples at the beginning are good. I think this would ... Would make a good article.
On 1/23 CookieB wrote: Mr. Leblanc interviews tithers representing an array of denominations. Chapters consist of tithing individuals or couples, who have continued the practice over a substantial period of time. Each tells the story of how they decided to become a tither, and why they choose to continue the practice. ... TITHING Test me in this by Douglas Leblanc