Wednesday, January 11, 2012

Stumbling Into Grace - a book review

Stumbling into Grace: confessions of a Sometimes Spiritually Clumsy Woman is a really good book. I thoroughly enjoyed readying. I read it as a devotional but could easily see it being used in a women's bible study. Real life examples, scripture, good examples of what it means, and questions to ask yourself at the end. Chapters are easily readable.

Lisa Harper will make you laugh, she'll make you think. This book is written in a conversational style so you don't feel like you are being lectured. You feel like you are just learning. Personal stories draw you in, scripture is shared, and learning occurs. Just what you want from a devotional. :)
Could the materials be more indepth? probably...but that's not the point of this book. The point is to make you think about how scriptures relate to your life. How you can better live for the God you serve. This is a book written by a woman, for women...though men could learn from it to. The intended audience is women.

Heartily recommend you read it yourself.

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