Saturday, January 8, 2011

Voices of the Faithful Review

Voices of the Faithful by Beth Moore
Whether you want to develop a heart for missions in your own life, marriage, children, students, or church  this book is a fantastic tool.  Voices of the faithful contains 366 different devotions with mission based scriptures, stories, and a daily prayer for both personal application and world wide application.  I have always considered myself to be a “mission minded” person but reading these stories truly has changed my heart in many ways. 
The devotions are challenging enough for an adult but absolutely kid friendly.  I would highly recommend this as a family devotional book.  The devotions are the perfect length to for  children who tend to get squirmy after a few minutes.  So many children today are absolutely clueless about who missionaries are and what they do.  We need to fill our children with their adventures and ultimately who they are risking their lives for.  As a child whenever my mother would have my sister and I pray for a missionary I felt as if my prayers were changing the world.  This is the type of passion I hope to instill in my children.
I give this book four stars, the only thing that prevents me from giving it the fifth is it did not use the King James version of scripture.  Sadly more and more Christian books are going this way.  I encourage other “King James only” Christians to let publishers know their disappointment through honest book reviews like this one. 
I was provided a free copy of this book through and received no other compensation.  The opinions are my own and completely honest.  This is a great book you won’t regret buying it.

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