Friday, December 31, 2010

Book Review: Voices of the Faithful, Book 2

If you have a heart for missions, you will be blessed by the stories in this book.

If you’ve become skeptical about the state of our world and are prone to wonder if God is still at work, you will be encouraged by the stories in this book.

If you long to pray more meaningfully, more intentionally, more specifically, you will find the information and inspiration you need in this book.

If you desire to see God at work in this world to learn where He wants you to join in, you may gain vision through this book.

Voices of the Faithful, Book 2 is a daily devotional containing stories told by more than 300 missionaries. The stories will encourage you personally, while helping you know how to pray for those who serve God in foreign cultures. Stories were compiled by Kim P. Davis, a former missionary now working for the International Mission Board of the Southern Baptist Convention. Stories are divided into monthly themes with an introduction for each written by Davis, herself.

The idea for the Voices of the Faithful series came from Beth Moore, who wrote the introduction for this book. Moore hopes readers will feel connected to believers all over the globe, be motivated to pray, and be encouraged to pursue their own callings in God’s Kingdom work. I believe God can use this book to help readers do all three things.

If this is something that interests you, I recommend this book. Thank you, Thomas Nelson Publishers, for sending it for my review.

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