Reviews by wenkgirl
On 9/23 wenkgirl wrote: The Waiting Place is a series of short essays written from the point of view of the author (a mother, a columnist and a pastor's wife). In this book, Eileen gives us glimpses into various points of her rather complicated life. To be honest, I was a little disappointed because I expected the book to be ... The Waiting Place by Eileen Button
On 5/25 wenkgirl wrote: I may be busy and may often forget to pray… but that does not mean I do not crave for prayer time.Unto the Hills is a wonderful daily devotional to help aid one’s spiritual growth. Life sometimes seems too busy for one to find time to read the Bible readings on a daily basis. Whether we admit it ... Unto the Hills: A Daily Devotional by Billy Graham
On 10/26 wenkgirl wrote: Same Kind of Different As Me is a powerful and enlightening book that touches on racism, poverty, faith, justice, healing and love. It tells the stories of Ron and Denver—two very different people leading very different lives. Thanks to Debbie, Ron’s altruistic wife, the two stories intertwine and ... Same Kind of Different As Me by Ron Hall and Denver Moore (with Lyn Vincent)
On 9/7 wenkgirl wrote: The Boy Who Changed the World is a book based on The Butterfly Effect. This children's book aims to teach the younger generation that everything they do matters and that they can change the world. I decided to read this book because I could pass it on to my niece and nephew afterwards. The illustrations ... The Boy Who Changed the World by Andy Andrews.
On 7/8 wenkgirl wrote: I love words. When I came across an opportunity to get myself a copy of Why You Say It, I immediately took advantage of it. It helped that I was extremely attracted to the cover art.The basic premise of this book is that behind every word or phrase, there is a story. This book shares origins of various ... Why You Say It by Webb Garrison.
On 3/3 wenkgirl wrote: Everyday, we are troubled by our pursuits to find the perfect job, to be in a relationship, to make more money... the list goes on. We all have our personal struggles, and these struggles consume us. These are our giants. We know what they are, but what we don’t know is how to face these giants and ... Facing Your Giants by Max Lucado.