Reviews by Sarah Dailey
On 9/16 Sarah Dailey wrote: Searching For God Knows What by Donald Miller is a though provoking look at redemption. His unique memoir-styled writing can take some getting used to, but when you glimpse the gold nuggets of truth in what he has crafted it is well worth the look. Mr. Miller challenges the reader to think, ... Searching for God Knows What
On 9/16 Sarah Dailey wrote: Outlive Your Life by Max Lucado is a timely and powerful message to our generation. Turn on the news and you are instantly overwhelmed by the good that you think you cannot do,but Max assures his readers otherwise. His premise is that you and I can be the world to one person even though we ... Outlive Your Life
On 4/29 Sarah Dailey wrote: Women of Faith author, Patsy Clairmont offers up this quirky, humorous look into the proverbs and how multifaceted they can be. In "Kaleidescope: Seeing God's Wit and Wisdom in a Whole New Light" Patsy shares her insights, memories and anecdotes as she sees them throughout the proverbs and in correlation ... Kaleidescope: pretty, but little substance
On 2/18 Sarah Dailey wrote: Chris Seay has done a masterful job in The Gospel According to Lost of making some sense out of a television phenomenon whose joy in being is in confusing it's followers. There are always new turns, twists and tales in each episode and season. Mr. Seay does a masterful job of showing the biblical references ... Great insights
On 12/9 Sarah Dailey wrote: I know it seems like forever since I posted a book review... that is because it HAS been forever! When I received "Voices of the Faithful" to lend my opinion to I was overwhelmed and have taken more time to review this book than others in the past. Yes, it is a daily devotional, but it is more than that. ... A reminder of the faithful power of God
On 9/9 Sarah Dailey wrote: If you have any library of any size, may I highly recommend this book? Max Lucado may have one hit after another, but he hits the ball way outa the park with Fearless: Imagine Your Life Without Fear! Not only is it timely, but it is timeless. Humans have a distinct tendency to worry... and in this day ... A Christian Libary Must-Have!
On 8/31 Sarah Dailey wrote: After recieving Jesus Calling to review I dug right in! I love devotionals and books that are like a spirtual cup of coffee to my soul. I am sorry to say that I was dissapointed in this particular one. Though Sarah Young has a wonderful idea in writing down exactly what she felt that Jesus was saying ... Jesus calling... the author.
On 5/21 Sarah Dailey wrote: Can I just say how amazing this book was to read??? I am in the midst of a class on the end times and we are focusing on the role of Israel and the Jewish people right now. It was serendipitous timing to be reading this book and discovering how miraculously God used the people of Italy to save a remnant ... Amazing Truth Revealed!
On 4/27 Sarah Dailey wrote: Here's something a little different! Similar in feel to a childhood version of Indiana Jones, the value of being different in couched in a grand mystery and an adventure! Everyone goes through the indecurity of being a little different and comparing themselves to others. This Hermie and Friends adventure ... Inventive and Fun!
On 4/27 Sarah Dailey wrote: When I opened The Noticer I was quickly drawn in by the storytelling and the parable-esque quality of the writing. If I was a new Christian or a person seeing the frosting-type of sweetness that comes from shallow advice I would think this was a very good book. There are so many other religeous self-help ... The Noticer: and easy buck
On 2/25 Sarah Dailey wrote: A real help for those grieving is "For the Tough Times" by Max Lucado. This gift book type piece was a nice surprise wrapped up in what I thought would be a bubble gum-hued band aid for those suffering from the death of a loved one. This book is so much more. We grieve over those lost to death as well ... A great grief help
On 12/22 Sarah Dailey wrote: Well, I have finally finished reading House of Dark Shadows by Robert Liparulo. Once I got started it went very quickly and held my attantion fully. My first reaction to this book was that it needed a rating of PG-13. There are some highly emotional parts to this book as well as some very graphicly violent ... Needed a warning label
On 12/2 Sarah Dailey wrote: Can I just say, when you read this book it may just take you back to your childhood... or maybe to the childhood of your parents? I know that this book was written by a woman who died in 1952 ( it was recently discovered in an old trunk and published for the first time), but it took me by surprise just ... Honest-to-goodness nostalgia...
On 11/17 Sarah Dailey wrote: From the moment I opened this amazing study tool I was impressed! Some of it's wonderful array of highlights: Full color maps, photos and illustrations Historical accounts Timelines Transition helps Cultural highlights Contextual Helps Extensive glossary and concordance Index of cultural and ... Helps Galore