A Sisterhood of Strength: True Stories of Miraculous Service

A Sisterhood of Strength: True Stories of Miraculous Service

by Diony George

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ISBN-13: 9781462102648
Publisher: Cedar Fort, Incorporated/CFI Distribution
Publication date: 08/14/2012
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 4 MB

Table of Contents

Preface: The Phone Call 1

1 Love Has No Borders 4

2 Denise 8

3 He Had Not Forgotten Me 12

4 Sisters-An Eternal Gift 15

5 She Could Not See Her 18

6 Applesauce Cupcakes 20

7 Marci 22

8 Love Needs No Words 25

9 Feed His Sheep 29

10 Julie 31

11 Nicole 34

12 The Circle of Sisterhood 37

13 "He Loves You" 40

14 A Choice Sister 43

15 Unexpected Friendship 46

16 A Silent Hug 49

17 Facebook and the Lord 52

18 Anneliese and Evelyn 55

19 She Listened without Judging 58

20 Mary 61

21 Celebrate Them! 65

22 Wiped Out by a Sprout 68

23 Leap of Faith 71

24 They Filled Our Kitchen and Our Hearts 74

25 Loving Sisters-Angels Here on Earth 77

26 The Service of Friendship 80

27 Sharing the Gospel 84

28 Katie and Julie 88

29 Laughter and Laundry 92

30 His Tools 95

31 Listen 98

32 He Sent Me Rosann 101

33 Instruments in His Hands 104

34 The Stuff We Save 108

Notes 112

Contributing Published Authors 115

About the Author 117

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A Sisterhood of Strength: True Stories of Miraculous Service 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
ruthhill74 More than 1 year ago
It never ceases to amaze me that every time I read a "Mormon" book, I am touched deeply even though I am not a Mormon (and never will be). I am a committed Christian, and I often find books from the LDS persuasion more uplifting than "Christian" books. This book did not disappoint. It is short, sweet, and powerful. The book is full of simple stories told by women from all different walks of life. The stories are uplifting, sacrificial, and often moving. The stories point out the bond that we women seem to have a universal bond, and you can see this clearly in this book. It's not about being a certain denomination or creed. It the sisterhood we all share. I agree that there is always something about women getting together under any circumstances that makes it quite a memorable experience. I would have liked a little more cohesiveness. I felt that the author tried to loosely tie the stories together, but I am one of those strange people who likes to have things categorized. I like books like this to be broken into sections or themes, but that is really my only criticism. This book could not be easier to read, and I can almost guarantee that any woman you know will be uplifted after reading it. The only thing you may not like is that it ends too soon. I was sent a copy of this book in exchange for my honest opinion. I was not financially compensated, and all opinions are 100 percent mine.