All posts tagged: Patricia Stuart

Book Review ~ To Be Called “Girlfriend” (Is A Privilege) by Patricia Stuart

About the Book Patricia Stuart is a native New Yorker whose passion for writing began many years ago when she began writing her own journals for writing, while Elementary school. She uses her writing to inform, encourage, teach, and to inspire others. Patricia’s style of writing makes you feel as if she is right in your living room holding a personal conversation with you. She is straightforward and blunt a she tackles the subject matter of ‘Girlfriends’.       Genre Christian/Self-help/Women’s Non-fiction My Rating ***** (5 Stars) My Review This is a lovely book—honest in its approach, refreshing in its theme, and a short read that can be finished in one sitting. In this book, Stuart attempts to explore what friendship is really all about, and what it truly means to be called a friend, from God’s perspective. She sets the premise using a dining table that requires etiquettes and accessories—not only necessary for friendship to work, but to test if it will, in the first place. She lays on the table the required …

Book Review ~ Called To Suffer by Patricia Stuart

About the Book “All alone, abandoned, rejected, neglected and abused, I was ready to give up on life. Becoming a Christian did not end my suffering and pain. Where is God and why isn’t He doing something to help me, I wondered? Wasn’t it enough that I had turned to Him? What I didn’t know was that God had a marvelous plan attached to all of my suffering.” This is the true life story and testimony of Patricia Stuart. She shares God’s Grace and Mercy that covered her and rescued her when there was no hope! Genre Christian/Non-fiction/Self help/memoir My Rating 4.5 out of 5 (stars) My Review A major part of my calling involves books. So naturally, one of the ways God exposes a truth to me, or confirms one He’s teaching me, is to prepare an author who will tell it in such an awesome way that I can’t miss it. (I wrote all about this kind of experience in a post I titled, Why I Believe In Christian Fiction.) This book did …