Tuesday, September 2, 2014

Love Letters From the Edge by Wanda Sanchez and Shelly Beach

Many women today have suffered traumatic experiences and now battle with the after effects so severe they are diagnosed with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). This is the same disorder many soldiers suffer from after fighting in a war Some women suffer from extreme abuse and feel there is no hope for them. The good news is "there is help". Love Letters From the Edge gives these women encouragement and the hope they need to find relief. Each devotional focuses on the good news from the Bible. The message in this book is to point these women to the great healer--Jesus Christ. I highly recommend this book to all women who need the healing touch of God. I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review;

My Baby's Feet by Sheila Luck

Although this book is written to focus  on the aftermath of abortion, this book can be used by anyone who is suffering from guilt for any reason.

Ms. Luck is very open and honest with her story and emotions.   She shares her pain and guilt she suffered because of her choice.  She eventually found that she was not bound forever by the choices she made  Rather, she used her past to improver her future.

I recommend this book to anyone who feels forever bound to past mistakes and wrong decisions.  The candid way tis writer reveals her past mistake and acknowledges her past's affect on her future, is refreshing and encouraging to all of us who are loaded with guilt. 

I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest and open review.

Of Feathers and Friends by Darlene Haggard Davis

"Nobody loves me everybody hates me. I'm gonna eat worms." Tyler is a child of divorce and sent to live with his grandmother. He is confused, angry, and hurt. He is trying to figure out where he fits in and decides to run away. He wants to show his family that he doesn't need anyone anymore. As Tyler goes about on his adventure, he meets other kids that help him find his place in the scheme of things. As he goes about experiencing life with his new friends, he discovers how valuable friends and family can be. Although this book is written for young readers, adults can glean some treasures from the pages. Readers can find the messages about friends and family to be universal. I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. I give the book 5 stars and will recommend this book.