17 June 2014

Love, Skip, Jump: Start Living the Adventure of Yes by Shelene Bryan

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Every significant event in the Bible happened because someone said yes to God. Start living the adventure of yes today!

Shelene Bryan had it all - a wonderful husband, two great kids, a rewarding job, a dream home, and more. Then a friend saw the pictures on the refrigerator door of the two African kids Shelene's family sponsors and she asked, "How do you know those kids are real?" That question changed Shelene's life forever.

In Love, Skip, Jump, Shelene shares how she loved being safe and comfortable. She had no desire to leave the USA. But she couldn't shake the question and soon was on a plane to Africa. She said yes to God, and not only met the kids her family sponsors but opened herself up to the journey God had been preparing for her, including founding Skip1.org, a charity that provides food and clean water to children around the world.

Some of the most amazing things God wants to do in our lives involve allowing him to take us on uncomfortable journeys.

Don't miss out on the incredible adventure God has for you. Say yes to God - love, skip, and jump your way to his plans for you!

After finishing reading Shelene Bryan’s Love, Skip, Jump, I continue to find myself thinking, “Now what? I need to do something.” Love, Skip, Jump is not one of those books you read and then return to ignoring on the shelf. Even after the last page, it demands thought, remembrance, action. Bryan’s extraordinary experiences and insights are challenging, convicting and inspiring, and her infectious passion for loving, skipping and jumping easily fill page after page. Bryan is an incredibly engaging writer, employing a simple conversational tone sans any holier-than-thou patronizing and condescending. Love, Skip, Jump is a joy to read and take to heart. I definitely recommend it. Don’t miss out on the “adventure of yes!” I thank BookLook Bloggers for providing me with a copy of this book and the opportunity to honestly review it. I was not required to write a positive review, and all the opinions I have expressed are my own. (I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”)

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