Reviews by Dawn Hamsher
On 7/7 Dawn Hamsher wrote: Things in "Unoffendable" by Brant Hansen might offend you, but that can be a good thing! Learning to not be offended can bring "new dimensions of rest, grace, and simplicity".Overview: It’s a radical, provocative idea: We’re not entitled to get offended or stay angry. The idea of our own “righteous ... Book Review: Unoffendable
On 5/27 Dawn Hamsher wrote: What I Loved: EVERYTHING! This book is a testimony of what God has done through Megan Boudreaux. I love her heart for God, her willingness to take constant leaps of faith, and her roll-up-her-sleeves-for-the-kingdom attitude. This book is passionate, exciting, amazing, and loving! I didn't want to stop ... "Miracle on Voodoo Mountain" by Megan Boudreaux is a testimony of how God moves mountains!
On 1/25 Dawn Hamsher wrote: Jesus Prom Is About Loving People. Jesus Prom: Life Gets Fun When You Love People Like God Does by Jon WeeceOverview (from back of book): Jesus loves people. Wouldn't it make sense that those who claim to love Jesus would love the same people Jesus loves? Nouns need verbs, a requirement that's ... Book Review: Jesus Prom
On 11/10 Dawn Hamsher wrote: ALL IN by Mark Batterson is the BEST READ so far in my life! It's a life-changer! Not kidding. I loved the examples of people who have gone "All In" for Jesus. These stories were inspiring and make me want to step out more, in faith. I also loved the imagery like "Burn Your Ship" and "Rim-Huggers Vs. ... Book Review: All In Student Edition
On 3/15 Dawn Hamsher wrote: Experience a deeper prayer life by reading Leaving Ordinary: Encounter God through Extraordinary Prayer by Donna Gaines! This book is one of the Inscribed Collection of Women's Studies. Overview: The deepest longing of the human heart is to know and be known by God. God longs for an intimate relationship ... Book Review: Leaving Ordinary
On 7/1 Dawn Hamsher wrote: Unveiling Grace opens the eyes of Christians to what Mormonism is all about and helps Mormons find the truth in the Bible and in Jesus! Ms. Wilder's shares her own family story. Her personal experiences, in wonderful detail, span her entire life, to include thirty years as a Mormon. I didn't want to ... Book Review: Unveling Grace