Reviews by Cindy Graves
On 1/8 Cindy Graves wrote: Once upon a time my literary diet consisted primarily of works of fiction. I felt there was plenty of reality in my life already and if I was going to enjoy my leisure reading time it would have to offer a means of escape. For some reason the past couple of years I’ve drifted away ... The Sweet By and By, Sara Evans with Rachel Hauck
On 9/29 Cindy Graves wrote: I have been a huge fan of Donald Miller since I first read Blue Like Jazz several years ago. I love his style, his humor and the way he tells as story. Such has been the case with every single one of his books. And I must say I expected the same from the latest, A Million Miles in a Thousand Years. Boy, ... How to Live Your Story
On 7/11 Cindy Graves wrote: Richard Stearns asks some pretty tough questions in his book, The Hole in Our Gospel. What does God expect of us? Are you willing to be open to God's will for your life? What if there are children who will suffer somehow because I failed to obey God? What if my cowardice costs even one child ... Required Reading for all Humanity
On 5/23 Cindy Graves wrote: “We need to start noticing a few things. We need to check your heart. We need to gather a little perspective.” These words, from a character by the name of Jones (no Mr. - just Jones) in the opening pages of The Noticer, have never rung truer than in the midst of the uncertainties we face today. ... Great wisdom from a man called Jones...