Reviews by Sarah Gail
On 9/12 Sarah Gail wrote: None of us can help everyone. But all of us can help someone. And when we help them, we serve Jesus. Max Lucado, page 172 It is hard to turn on the t.v. and not see evidence of of the depravity in our world. Max Lucado’s newest book Out Live Your Life encourages his reader, ... Review of “Out Live Your Life” by Max Lucado
On 8/26 Sarah Gail wrote: When I started at Baylor in 2008, the book that all entering freshman were required to read was Same Kind of Different As Me. This book chronicled the unlikely, but real life, friendship of Ron Hall and Denver Moore. Ron is a wealthy man from Ft. Worth Texas who, after being pushed by his wife, begins to ... Review of “What Difference Do It Make?”
On 10/6 Sarah Gail wrote: I love strengths. I love anything based on positive psychology and helping people learn to be their best selves. So when I had the chance to review Marcus Buckingham’s newest book in this area titled Find Your Strongest Life I jumped on it. Buckingham’s newest book originated from a realization ... Review of “Find Your Strongest Life” by Marcus Buckingham
On 9/8 Sarah Gail wrote: It goes without saying that we have all found ourselves paralyzed by fear at one time or another. Whether it was based on real life circumstance or paranoia that a fear might come, we can all sympathize with the grip fear has on our lives. I just finished reading Max Lucado's newest book, "Fearless", ... "Fearless" by Max Lucado
On 8/12 Sarah Gail wrote: I recently signed up for Thomas Nelson Publisher's Blogger Book Review program. This program allows bloggers to receive copies of Thomas Nelson's newest books to read and review. It's a pretty great deal, because I just get to do what I love-- read and write, and get free material to do those things! ... Review of "The Principle of the Path"