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  • Posted January 30, 2011

    This book was powerful

    I loved this book, it was filled up with scriptures, which is really one of its wonderful assets, but I also used it as a bible study tool, especially when it came to marriage and divorce. Thanks Vanessa Davis Griggs, your book helped me out alot.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted May 29, 2009

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    Practice what you Preach

    Vanessa Davis Griggs has a blend of characters with social issues, baby mama drama, and unveiling faith. Characters are well-written that interweaves some generational curses that need to be broken, religiosity, judgmental believers, and genuine angels that step out of the norm. There are some characters you cannot help but love, and others question their motives when they realize they lost something good! Do not jump to other people opinions of you, do not be quick to anger, and loose what God brought in your life (divine connections, job, people, divine relationships and marriages, etc.).

    Do not loose on the blessings God has for you! Break those generational curses, strongholds, and negativity in your life. This book lays it all out. It is a must-read. Practice what you Preach!

    Thank you for entrusting us with your advance copy!

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    Adrienna Turner, President/CEO

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted July 1, 2009

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    Practicing What You Preach is an excellent presentation of what happens when a person comes down with a case of Pharisees Fever. The most prevalent symptom of the disease is a dedication to living by the letter of the law rather than the humanity of it. Such is the case for Melissa Anderson.

    After rededicating her life to Christ, Melissa focuses on her job and her religion. The problem with this is that her religious mind is overriding common sense.

    The book is one that challenges the reader to pull out their own bibles. Some will call this work preachy, others will find it nourishing. What I found is that Ms. Davis-Griggs skillfully presents real life conflict while seaming it to the necessity of needing to truly understand the laws that govern your life, but not missing out on life due to constraints of self-imposed rigidity.

    Reviewed by Dr. Linda Beed
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