Tuesday, December 9, 2008
Journey to Judah, Book One, Born for India trilogy
Journey to Judah is a gripping story that touched not only my heart, but will have a lasting spiritual impact on my life. -BR
I loved this book. It is such an easy read and kept my interest from the first paragraph. Such great reminders of God's faithfulness and I love the questions at the end. -TF
This is a well-written book that kept me on the edge of my seat. -RW
This is a great love story and it reminds you that God is in control and we can trust Him with every detail of our lives. I could not put it down, and I would get so anxious when I didn't have time to read it for a few days. -DJ
I read Eileen's book today. I loved it. I'm trying to think what I liked best, but I can't decide. There was too much great stuff. LL
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