Finding Faith In the City Care Forgot by Teena Myers
Genre- Religion / Christian Life / General
Publisher- Tate Publishing
Number of pages- 304
Age Group- Adult
Description of book- paperback, listed price- $16.99; PDF, $13.99 (Tate Publishing website); ISBN: 978-1-61862-686-8
In Finding Faith in the City Care Forgot, Teena Myers gives the reader snapshots into the lives of individuals currently involved with New Orleans.
Does God still heal? Does he intervene? Can God give still give hope and peace?
About the Author:
Teena Myers currently lives in New Orleans with her husband. She is a freelance writer and has worked in Children’s ministry and Christian television.
Once I got past the confusing title, Finding Faith In the City Care Forgot, I thought this was an interesting book. I enjoyed reading the different stories about individuals who have recently lived in, or been involved with, New Orleans. It was inspiring to read about all the positive people of a city instead of the negative ones. I think I had stereotyped New Orleans, even though I had been there. I will no longer focus on all of the negatives I hear!
I didn’t have a favorite individual in the book. I was in awe of how God speaks to you, if you listen and read the Bible as he spoke to them. Listening to God and reading the Bible were prevalent in most of the stories.
Jesus is where we need to begin the relationship with God. It is important to remember to begin your study in the New Testament.
This is a good book. I recommend it.
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