Take Flight {Book Review}

What happens when two friends get together, share life and come up with a crazy idea to write a book?  They come up with stellar book, a Nouveau Devo!

We’ve heard of, read, fell in love with the SisterChicks book by Robin Jones Gunn. We’ve traveled around the world, we’ve experienced life in different countries through the book series. We’ve been inspired to be used by God in similar ways after reading the books.

It just makes sense that Robin would write a book with her friend, Cindy Hannan. They would come together and write a devotional book, Robin would give the “heart” and Cindy would come along and ask the kind, probing questions that we need to be asked, and we need to answer.

About Robin Jones Gunn

ROBIN JONES GUNN is the best-selling and award-winning author of more than seventy books, with over 4 million copies of her titles sold worldwide. Best known among them are the Christy Miller, Sierra Jensen, and Christy and Todd: College Years teen series. A Christy Award winner and a two-time finalist for excellence in fiction, Robin has also been a Gold Medallion finalist. She and her husband have a grown son and daughter and live in Hawaii. – See more at: http://waterbrookmultnomah.com/author-spotlight.php?authorid=74963#sthash.3z4FhNzO.dpuf

The SisterChicks Devotional, Take Flight! by Robin Jones Gunn and Cindy Hannan is an excellent devotional.  Each devotional has a life lesson, a time to learn from the Scriptures what God says about it, and a time to add our own thoughts about what we read and learned.  Some of them have suggestions at the end about how we can take what we learned and “flesh it out” in service to others. Some of them I can’t wait to do.

This would be a great book to get for yourself and get one to mail to a friend. It would make a great gift book. Go ahead, get two of  them. Your friends will thank me. Or maybe they’ll thank you, and you’ll thank me.

If you’re still not convinced, you can get a sneak peek  here.

(I received a free copy of this book free from the publisher for the purpose of review. I did not have to give it a good review. All opinions are my own.)

(Author bio copied from Waterbrook Multnomah’s webpage.)


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