Reviews by Gena McCown
On 11/9 Gena McCown wrote: I’m already a fan of Bryan Loritts, and I was excited to read this book. It had everything I loved about sharing the gospel with those who are saved. The pages speak of mercy, grace, and love. It tells me to be generous, put my pride in check, and to find peace instead of worries. It affirms my ... Saving the Saved
On 11/9 Gena McCown wrote: In the years that I have been serving women, secular groups and in the church, I have found a very common thread. Women who are insecure in their identity. Women who don’t feel valued or wanted, women that feel overlooked. Women with baggage that still haunts them and needles away at their insecurities. ... Ever feel uninvited? Alone? Isolated
On 7/4 Gena McCown wrote: What Wilson’s book “More” offers us is nothing new in regard to content. It is a reminder that our purpose is a small part in a larger story, God’s story. Encouraging us to find our identity and purpose in our Creator and in His plan. Exploring our gifts and understanding how we use our gifts ... More of the Same, but Different.
On 4/20 Gena McCown wrote: bwbbbw So… I just finished this book. My head is swirling with all sorts of thoughts. I’m only hoping I will be able to articulate my thoughts in a way that will make sense. First, I want to address the subject of abuse in general. This book appears to point the blame to certain belief sets, ... Black and White Bible, Black and Blue Wife
On 4/14 Gena McCown wrote: Every so often I take on a few books to read and review for various sites and publishers, and this was a book that caught my attention. Within just the first few pages, I couldn’t put it down. In fact, I put aside many other things on my to do list and pretty much consumed this book. There is a ... This is a pretty important book...
On 3/14 Gena McCown wrote: At the beginning of each book of the Bible, there is a brief introduction that covers foundational information for deeper study. The who, what, where, when, why, and how questions are answered right off the cuff. This allows the reader to enter the book with a clearer perspective of what they are reading. ... Great Resource for Study