Constantly Craving by Marilyn Meberg was lacking the wow factor. Perhaps, I just thought I would get more out of this book then I really did. Each chapter discussed various cravings followed by personal stories, so to speak. While we can all use some help to tame our constant cravings, I do not feel that this book had what I was looking for nor did it help me in my search to be more content. I cannot say that this book tops my list of recommended reads. Coming in at over 200 pages, it really only discussed cravings and not so much how to overcome them.
You know how it is when you try reading to your kiddos and they have no patience? Try sitting down and reading them the Bible! Sounds impossible, right? Grab this book and follow Carrie through her adventures of reading the Bible to her little ones day by day. Through the ups and downs of sticking with her plan, her kids begin looking forward to this morning ritual and enjoy reenacting their favorite scenes to dad when he gets home from work in the evenings.
Looking for a christian gift to give? Grab this little book. The pages are beautiful as are the words of Max Lucado. Very enjoyable to flip through.
I found it very hard to keep reading this book. I enjoyed the british humor, as I am a very big fan of british chick lit. However, the story line between Matt and Carrie was somewhat expected.
This book is a must read for all parents who are raising boys. In today’s society we, as parents, need to focus and guide our boys in order for them to become christian men. The advice is practical and I agreed with the author through the entire book.