Reviews by Sara
On 9/10 Sara wrote: Kit Livingstone is an ordinary Londoner who lives a somewhat boring life until he meets his great grandfather in a strange alley. Suddenly, he meets Cosimo, his great grandfather who is somehow still alive. Using ley lines, the two of them travel through space, time and universes. Unfortunately, Cosimo ... Pretty "meh" for me
On 10/16 Sara wrote: Every gravestone has a hyphen. There’s the year a person was born, a hyphen and then the year they died. That hyphen represents that person’s entire life. What will your hyphen say? In his typical fashion, Max Lucado uses anecdotes, theology, and application to show us how we can outlive our lives. ... Outlive Your Hyphen
On 10/16 Sara wrote: Every single thing you do matters. It’s easy to slip into the thoughts that you don’t matter and that unless you’re some big-shot, no one cares. You do matter, and everything you do matters. If even a single butterfly can flap it’s wings on one side of the world and cause things to happen on ... Your Life Matters--The Butterfly Effect Review
On 7/7 Sara wrote: In Same Kind Of Different As Me, Ron Hall and Denver Moore pen the story of how their paths crossed and merged together all because of one woman who loved unconditionally. Debbie Hall, Ron's wife, is that woman. Denver started out as a modern-day slave in Louisiana who had nothin, wanted nothin, and ... Same Kind Of Different As Me--Review
On 6/25 Sara wrote: In this book, Max Lucado writes about you finding your knack in life and pursuing those things that God has given you the gift to do. You can be everything God wants you to be, and even everything you want to be! As Mr.Lucado states in this book, God is "too gracious to assign you to a life of misery." ... You Can Be Everything God Wants You To Be!