Hope Springs ~ Kim Cash Kate

May 27, 2012 profmom
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Published by Thomas Nelson and provided free from BookSneeze for review, “Hope Springs” by Kim Cash Tate is a book that this reviewer did not want to end. Reading about the Stanton and Dillon families was really more like visiting relatives and friends and then having to go home when you really want to stay.

Grandma Geri is the grandmother we would all want to have as a part of our lives even when her flaws are revealed. The cousins (Janelle, Stephanie and Libby) find that recognizing family, sacrifice, loss, love and forgiveness are necessary in order to be who God wants them to become. The lesson learned is, listening to God and following Him when others would not understand and is essential to walking with Him. Janelle searches for direction when she is still mad at God and Stephanie follows His direction when she really doesn’t want to but knows she must. Libby rebels against God and fails to see him working in her life. The Dillon family is an integral part of the neighborhood and the story being told.

Without reservation I recommend this book for your library. Come visit the Stanton and Dillon families and be prepared for God to speak to you.


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