I would like to thank all my readers for visiting this blog.
At this time I will be putting this blog to rest.
This is an encouraging true account by Nick Vujicic who was born without arms or legs. Although Nick faced enormous challenges he chose to be optimistic and you can tell that in his writing. His faith in Christ is evident while he shares about his life. God has used Nick to reach several thousand people, including those who may have given up or need motivation to keep going.
This book is well written and contains several beautiful color pictures of Nick with his family and friends.
I recommend this book to anyone who needs encouragement or a dose of optimism.
Nicks Website: Life Without Limbs
Disclaimer: I received this book complimentary of Waterbrook Multnomah for my honest review.
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It's that time of year that Blogger's look forward to!!
From April 1- April 8, 2011 Blogger's will be partying online and in person.
This is my third year, and with over 2,000 Blogger's it gets bigger and better every year.
Our hosts are Susan and Janice from 5 Minutes for Mom.
There are prizes to win, webcast chats, live parties, and new Blogger's to meet.
A little about me:
My name is Michelle
I am married to a wonderful man and we have three boys.
I enjoy crocheting, reading, blogging and reviewing products.
I have lived in Fl, N.C., S.C., and GA
This little blog of mine is mostly reviews.
I also have a blog full of a myriad of things: Joyful Journey
Please feel free to take a look around.
Thank you for taking the time to stop by.
Enjoy the P-A-R-T-Y!!
As the reader opens the book they will see that Paul and Helen, his wife, love each other with an enduring love. After forty-five years of marriage they still hold hands, blow kisses and wave good-bye as Paul heads to work. One day Paul comes home to find Helen has passed away. Thus begins the reason this book was written.
I found this book answers several questions I have about heaven. Questions such as: What is heaven like? Will we know one another? I found it interesting to read about the different levels of heaven.
Paul uses many scripture verses to back up what he believes about heaven. This is a book of triumph reminding us that as Christians we should be looking forward to heaven rather than focusing on this world. This is an encouragement for those of us with loved ones that have preceded us.
Disclaimer: Thanks to C. Grant and Company for sending me two Moody Publishers complimentary copies.