Reviews by Connie Hollis
On 12/28 Connie Hollis wrote: The past often holds secrets that are too painful to be revealed, too deep to confess. A wealthy businessman travels to Fairbanks, Alaska, to learn why his mother abandoned him when he was a child, and in the process learns that not everything is as it appears to be. This is the first book I've read ... The Encounter by Stephen Arterburn
On 12/2 Connie Hollis wrote: The lumber mill is closing in the small town of Smitten, Vermont and it's residents are concerned about their future. So four women come up with ideas to help the town survive. But will the men of the town like their ideas? Romance is in the air but will the town survive? This is a very good inspiration ... Smitten - 4 Stories in 1
On 11/16 Connie Hollis wrote: I don't know what I was really expecting when I received this book. A great portion of this book was a biography, most of which I already knew from watching her shows and reading articles about her life. All in all, to me this book was a disappointment. Maybe if you are an Oprah fan who doesn't know ... Where Has Oprah Taken Us? by Stephen Mansfield
On 9/1 Connie Hollis wrote: This is the story of Brenda's life which is full of fun and also tragedies. But she survives it all with her unwaivering Christian faith. When her first marriage doesn't work, she meets and then does marry Kurt Warner who becomes an NFL superstar. Even tho their life and marriage isn't always perfect, ... One Call Away by Brenda Warner
On 8/17 Connie Hollis wrote: A well written book of inspiration and motivation based on the authors life experiences. Also, throughout the book are recipes, movie recommendations and journal ideas. A great book for all women to read and to understand that life is what we make of it - and with God in our life it will be fantastic! FTC ... Fresh-Brewed Life by Nicole Johnson
On 8/5 Connie Hollis wrote: This is the story of a family that has always wanted to adopt a child even tho they had children of their own. They decide to adopt outside of the United States and thus began the long paperwork process. With God's guidance they finally were able to bring home their daughter, Mia, from Guatemala to add ... Love Your More by Jennifer Grant
On 7/17 Connie Hollis wrote: Even tho Josh and his two brothers didn't have what would be considered the "best" of parents, they were their parents. When their parents were killed in a car accident, they didn't know what to expect. They were sent to a series of foster homes but at least they were all together. They were finally ... A Place Called Blessing...