L.L. Barkat’s Stone Crossings: A Review


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Dribbled with coffee, circled, and underlined throughout, Stone Crossings, by L.L. Barkat, shuts in my lap. A little one has been flying a hero in my face and wallowing all over me, and even still, I shut the book having been glued to L.L.’s story, which is also my story, and yours.

The toy zooms past my nose, and the little one questions my tears, “Mama? You sad?” and smiling, I hold my arms way up high: “No. I’m happy. My heart feels really, really big.”

He shrugs as if to know exactly what I mean, he in his beginning years of collecting treasure boxes full of stones, he at the beginning of his own narrative.

… continue reading at (In)Courage.

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13 Comments

Jacquie Olsen
Reply October 29, 2009

I love reading wonderful books. I love owning wonderful books. I love the feel of them in my hands, their smell. Thank you, Jesus, for such a gift. This book sounds very intriguing. You have my interest.

Kay Tatum
Reply October 29, 2009

Wow! This sounds like a wonderful testimony to God's grace in her life! It is always encouraging & inspiring when others share what they have been through & what they have learned in the midst of it. Thank you for sharing about this book and praise God for His abundant mercy & grace! Sounds like something I would love to read!

Kristi
Reply October 29, 2009

Oh my, yes, I would love to be challenged by this book!

Sue
Reply October 29, 2009

Amber, I would love to be challenged by this book. I think we are on the same page! Isn't it amazing how 'uniquely similar' we women are? I love it!

mourninglory
Reply October 29, 2009

I love books, and this one sounds like just the kind I need to be reading right now. It sounds challenging and good in a time when my faith in Christ is being tried... in ways I could only imagine only a little while ago!

Janet
Reply October 29, 2009

Just read The Glass Castle which is an amazing book about childhood survival but left me somewhat empty because did not point the reader toward the Savior. This book sounds like it would do just that. Thanks for the recommendation.

Maureen S
Reply October 29, 2009

Not only would I love to be blessed with a life changing experience hidden in the pages of a book...I'm thinking about gifting it for others this coming Christmas as well.

Thank you for sharing.

Annette
Reply October 29, 2009

Maybe a book about another's struggles and storm would open something inside of me....

Sandee
Reply October 29, 2009

This sounds so good, I put the book on my amazon.com wish list

Lena
Reply October 29, 2009

Wow, the book sounds amazing, it would be lovely if I won it. Thank you so much.

Pam
Reply October 30, 2009

Oh yes, sounds like something I would like to read. I love something that sounds deep and would bring me ever closer to the Lord. I so want to stay close to Him, no matter what I am going through.And then I could pass it on.Would be great. Thanks for being able to try.
Blessings to you!

Cassandra Frear
Reply October 30, 2009

Amber:

Just wanted to let you know that I have nominated you for an award. I hope you will stop by and accept it. You deserve it!

- Cassandra

Phyllis Neal
Reply October 30, 2009

This could be my chance to win a book that sounds contemplative and challenging in my own walk with Christ. I appreciate your efforts in writing and sharing these rare finds with me. I rarely take the time to just read a book I've never heard of due to my time constraints, but when someone takes the time to do a review and share.....this is what
gets me interested......after all, if you took the time to read the book and share your enthusiasm, then I feel so much better about finding the time to step out and find the time, no "make" the time to read your recommendation. Again, that you for this opportunity to win a copy of Stone Crossings!

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