on 11 March 2011
The book gives a really indepth view on annas relationship with God, martin smith her husband and her 6 children.It goes into depth into her compassion for poverty and how her and martin and dealt with this by using their idea called compassionart which is their way of helping combat social justice.It is written well and tells stories which keep your interest, i read the book in three hours, and i feel like nothing is impossible.Just reach for your dreams and it can happen.
on 10 July 2012
I bought this book for my wife as I thought she'd enjoy it and perhaps find some encouragement as we have suffered repeated miscarriages over the last two years. I ended up reading it first and couldn't put it down. Its very easy to whizz through which is testament to how well it's written. The book is engaging and a useful insight into the other side of Delirious as a family unit with all its strains and struggles. This book will also make you laugh. In particular this book has massively helped me to deal with grieving for our lost pregnancies, to see things from the female perspective, and at the same time challenged me - (such an overused Christian statement) to use this time to draw near to God again after a number of years uninterested in church and faith. I agree with Anna that "faith is not faith until its tested!" I think there will be something for everyone in this little read. By firstname.lastname@example.org