Young, William P. - Books
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Tue Jul 22 00:00:00 MDT 2008woodfinbsykt Rating:5.0
This book is a life-changing book! It answered all the confusing questions about God and what He wants and expects from his children. When I finished this book I realized for the first time just how simple it all is. I want everyone I love, care about and even know to read this book. William Young found a way to explain life¿s most challenging questions. He showed in this book, The Shack that God doesn¿t want our relationship with him to be hard or confusing. If you take the time to read this book you will be changed! You will see how simple, a life that includes a relationship with God, is really meant to be.
Thu Oct 16 00:00:00 MDT 2008jprice86 Rating:5.0
This was purchased as a requirement for my Communications class at UCSD and I found it extremely insightful, raw and chalk full of emotional, realistic expereinces Kayla Williams is thrust into as a young, female in the US Army.
Wed Apr 07 00:00:00 MDT 2010irish390 Rating:5.0
i already knew mr. patterson was a remarkable writer, this witch and wizard book has all the aspects of a well writen story, i enjoyed it trendmendsly i have read several of james p. books and will contuine to do so.. ps. yeah you knew the ps was coming, to be contuined? come on now i'll have to wait for the second book lol oo well it's worth it tho ..
Thu May 08 00:00:00 MDT 2014inspiremichelle Rating:5.0
The Reason by William Sirls How can one family face adversity, tragedy, miracles, and heartbreak. And yet still have faith. They can because they .. only believe. Pastor James Lindy and wife Shirley have taken in Brooke and her young son Alex. They complete their small family along with their special needs son Charlie. A storm destroys and takes out the churchs cross but brings so much more to the community. As repairs are made they see miracles. Kenneth an ordinary carpenter is new to town but where he goes strange and wondrous things happen. Quote: He knew without a doubt that miracles took place all the time, and that everyone - without exception - was from the hand of God. There were big ones. There were small ones. There were those everyone noticed, like surviving life-threatening illness and accidents. Then there were many more that went unnoticed, like healthy children, something to eat, a roof , someone to love, birth and sometimes, even death. He wondered what the world would be like if people would just stop and take the time to look at everything they were given everyday of their lives and be thankful --to offer thanks and try to realize their personal miracles were coming from, and give credit where it was rightfully due. The author William Sirls is new to me. In fact this is his first book. I found his work to be a breath of fresh air, well written with compelling stories of faith. The authors strong faith shines in this great book. I am so looking forward to his next book The Sinners Garden. Author Carrie Daws once said, You know it's a good book when you are emotionally invested in it, and I promise you will be invested in this wonderful story. I give this book 5 stars and highly recommend it. High-five to the author William Sirls and publisher for bringing compelling Christian books that are entertaining and give hope to the reader with stories of faith. The Book Club Network Inc. provided me with this book in exchange for my honest review and I am so grateful for their, the authors and publishers generosity.
Tue Mar 10 00:00:00 MDT 2015Rene P. Rating:5.0
Was delivered as promised
Wed Feb 04 00:00:00 MST 2009penjay Rating:5.0
This book gave me a whole new outlook on death. What God wants us to do and how we can best do His will. And, that tragedy strikes many people in this life but that the next life is far better. And how we must forgive to be forgiven. A must read for anyone who has lost a loved one. Thank you William Young.
Sat Feb 28 00:00:00 MST 2015Gregory P. Rating:5.0
Ver good movie for a young military soul.
Sat May 05 00:00:00 MDT 2012nomer15 Rating:4.0
"Chasing the Sun" by Tracie Peterson is her first in the "Land of the Lonestar" series. Set in Civil War-era Texas, the story focuses on a young woman named Hannah Dandridge. Her widowed father's disappearance leaves her young siblings in her care along with a ranch to run. William Barnett is a soldier returning after being wounded to reclaim his ranch which had been seized due to his family's loyalties in the war. Her father's law partner, Herbert Lockhart, adds intriguing complications to the story. Overall, the characters are likeable and flushed out. Hannah's strong will and determination made her a compelling character. The compassion that she sought to demonstrate was remarkable as well. In some instances, it really took a bit of courage but the payoffs were well worth it. The story flowed well and the plot had enough twists and turns to keep it engaging. Themes of forgiveness, redemption, compassion, and love run strong in this novel. As a big fan of Peterson's work, I was excited to pick up this book and it did not disappoint. I felt it was significantly better that her previous couple of series. I'm definitely looking forward to the next two installments of this Texas trilogy! (Ive received this complimentary book from Bethany House Publishers through the Book Blogger program in exchange for a review. A positive review was not required and the views expressed in my review are strictly my own.)
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