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  • ISBN-13: 9781893196902
  • Publisher: Kensington
  • Publication date: 1/28/2007
  • Series: Urban Christian Series
  • Pages: 288
  • Product dimensions: 5.57 (w) x 8.23 (h) x 1.00 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 17, 2007

    Which path to take......

    Shelia E. Lipsey did a wonderful job when she wrote 'Into Each Life!'. She used some real situtions and real life time of issues. She wrote it in a way in which you could totally feel and understand each and ever character in her story. She showed you that sometimes what we want isn't what we truly need. It reminds you to follow the things that are important in life. Thanks Shelia!!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 4, 2007

    Everyday Life

    Into Each Life is a really good book that deals with faith, families, relationships, and strategies. We meet two families: the Runsome's family, consisting of Solumun, Ruth, Fantasia and Hope and the Fullalove family, consisting of Mr. & Mrs. Fullalove and their daughters Sara and Teary. Both families have very strong religious beliefs, but at times, the Fullalove family's religious beliefs seem pretty extreme for their young daughters. When a tragedy hits, both families question there beliefs. The Runsome and Fullalove families become joined at the hip when their children, Prodigal and Teary become inseperable. You know how it goes, you meet a person at a young age and you'll become friends. It is uncommon to see one without the other. The only difference in this case is they are of the opposite sex. Prodigal and Teary both grew up in christian households. Some of the choices they made were not always based upon their faith, even when they knew right from wrong. The friendship that Prodigal and Teary has does not create a problem for them, but it does for the people they meet as they become older. Teary is there for Prodigal, and Prodigal is ALWAYS there for Teary. Once grown, Prodigal and Teary grow up and go their separate ways. Still vowing to always be there for each other, they keep that promise to each other even when they are going through personal situations in their lives. Everyone around them can see that Prodigal and Teary are in love with one another, however, either they can't see it, or they don't want to see it. Into Each Life is such a realistic read that it can easily be about your family or a family that you're familiar with. A real tear jerker, I suggest that you have your hanky handy.

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