The Yada Yada Prayer Group Gets Caught (Yada Yada Prayer Group Series #5)

The Yada Yada Prayer Group Gets Caught (Yada Yada Prayer Group Series #5)

by Neta Jackson
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Yada Yada Prayer Group Gets Caught (Yada Yada Prayer Group Series #5) 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 16 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loving the series and the characters!
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LP405 More than 1 year ago
Love this series of books read all of them I did
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Lyndyhop More than 1 year ago
Really got into this one, loved it.
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Best series of books I've ever read.
Deborah_K More than 1 year ago
In my opinion, this was my favorite of all the Yada Yada books. By this book, all of the characters have really developed and have been given their own spotlight. These books all show how to trust God in different ways using almost every possible scenario that could exist. I'm amazed at all the adventures that the group has managed to have. Each book outdoes the one before! Jodi is still the main character and once again I found myself echoing her same thoughts about certain events like Chanda's lottery uses and Avis and her daughter. I think the characters have grown, they don't bicker as much, and they don't try to let little conflicts build up walls between them. I really like the house blessings that the group does. I want to have that done when I get my own house next time. I also envy Jodi's kids that they got to go to Cornerstone. I have always wanted to go there. Actually I'm pretty amazed that it was even mentioned, most adults don't really know or like most modern Christian rock bands, so it was really cool to read about the festival. I must also mention that I love the covers of these book. I want all these awesome socks! Once again I highly recommend this series. I am SO looking forward to reading the next book!
Guest More than 1 year ago
In Chicago, the thirteen women who make up the Yada Yada prayer group each face personal crisis that they hesitate to take up with God or the other members. Ruth in her fifties carries twins while knowing fifty per cent of those in their forties miscarry and Tay Sachs is a major threat if the fetus lives she takes solace with the biblical story of Sarah. Chandra rides taxis instead of the Tube or walking as she won the Illinois State lottery, but the victory brings back an unwanted past. Becky needs a job to get little Andy back while Rochelle fears for herself and her child from her angry mate. Finally everyone is caught up with the merging of the congregations of the Uptown Community and the New Morning Churches that should be smooth but instead seems more like the workers on the Tower of Babel. Even capable Jodi struggles as she tries to help everyone like the Good Samaritan she is and which may cost her teaching job. Jodi also feels overwhelmed until she turns to the Lord for guidance and others follow suit. --- The latest Yada Yada tale is a terrific look at an ensemble cast coming from different walks of life yet sharing in common prayer. The amazing thing about this novel and its four predecessors is that Neta Jackson is able to keep her thirteen ¿lead¿ characters and their family members and friends distinct so that fans know what motivates each one of them. Though this deep character study can stand alone, newcomers will be better suited to obtain the previous novels that enable an even greater understanding of the players as Ms. Jackson provides another profound inspirational tale starring real people. --- Harriet Klausner