March 31, 2014
Are you tired of always being the bridesmaid, but never the bride? Is the wait for a mate almost too much to bear? Ready to stop settling for a ‘Bozo’ and hold out for your Boaz? Then fear not! Get ready for GOD to bless your socks off! In Lessons Learned as a Bridesmaid, Larissa D. Jean shares her story of what she has learned in her wait for a godly husband. With transparency, sincerity and lighthearted humor, Larissa shares her experiences from being a bridesmaid multiple times. She offers single women practical advice on true contentment, waiting on God’s timing, purpose, dating and purity. A great tool for singles ministries, young adult ministries, and campus ministries, this is a must have book for single women, bridesmaids and future brides everywhere!
My Thoughts: Lessons Learned as a Bridesmaid What Every Single Woman Should Know Before Becoming a Bridesmaid wasn't the best read but it's definitely one I'm sure many single women can relate to. The author's tales of previous relationships and how she uses these reflections to encourage young women to patiently wait on the Lord to bless will remind you of a chitchats with the girls of any wedding party. Even more Lessons Learned as a Bridesmaid What Every Single Woman Should Know Before Becoming a Bridesmaid speaks of the challenges of being a single, Christian woman and the conflicts of one's Christianity while dating.
Larissa shares how she has endured the ups and downs of dating and how her faith is preparing her to be the best mate she can be. You'll laugh. You'll cry. You'll see a young woman open her heart to love herself first. Overall, a pretty good read and perfect for sharing with single ministries.
Buy It: Lessons Learned as a Bridesmaid What Every Single Woman Should Know Before Becoming a Bridesmaid is available wherever Zondervan books are sold and may purchased online by clicking here.
Disclosure: Many thanks to BookLook for the opportunity to review this book. I received a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for this review. The thoughts expressed above are mine. Visit http://threeboysandanoldlady.blogspot.com/2010/01/advertisecontact.html for the complete Disclosure Policy of Three Boys and an Old Lady blog.