God Allows U-Turns Book Review

God Allows U-Turns  Book Review
God Allows U-Turns is a collection of true stories of how God changed the lives of women. The 55 stories are divided into 8 chapter headings that give an accurate description of the tone of the stories.
  • Choosing to Forgive
  • Choosing to Triumph
  • Choosing to Be a Friend
  • Choosing to Pray
  • Choosing to Take a Stand
  • Choosing Life
  • Choosing Salvation
  • Choosing Love
I must admit, when I picked up this book, I thought I would only read a few of the stories. I'm more interested in in-depth Bible studies and teaching texts. Perhaps I would skip through and pick out some of the interesting stories that would be sure to keep my attention.
As often happens when I jump to conclusions, I was in for a surprise. From the time I read the first story I was hooked. Although each story is just the right length for devotional reading, I found it hard to stop at just one or even two stories. Each woman's true story reminded me that God still works His miracles everyday in ordinary lives with extraordinary results. I rejoiced at each woman's triumph and each reminded me that there is a common thread that runs through all of our lives. We have common feelings and common struggles and One source of salvation.

Great book! It gets a thumbs up from me.

God Allows U-Turns is more than a book. It is a ministry, including tracts, a foundation, speaking ministry, prayer team and greeting cards and merchandise. If you visit the God Allows U-Turns website, be sure to visit the blog. It's just like reading a letter from a friend, full of news and pictures. You'll get to know Ms Bottke and some of her friends.

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