Catching Faith Publishers note The current new edition may book is the updated revised and completely reedited version of Catching Faith all previous reviews noting errors have been addressed and corrected

  • Title: Catching Faith
  • Author: Heather McBride
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 189
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Publishers note The current new edition may 2012 book is the updated, revised and completely reedited version of Catching Faith, all previous reviews noting errors, have been addressed and corrected 16 teen year old Elizabeth Gilbert Izzy is on an unexpected journey to a new life with her mother, three sisters and quirky Aunt Becky After her father abandons the familPublishers note The current new edition may 2012 book is the updated, revised and completely reedited version of Catching Faith, all previous reviews noting errors, have been addressed and corrected 16 teen year old Elizabeth Gilbert Izzy is on an unexpected journey to a new life with her mother, three sisters and quirky Aunt Becky After her father abandons the family, her mother packs all they own and moves them to Washington state her moms home town to try and start a new life The changes are drastic for Izzy and her family She will have her faith tested and begin to question God s plans Izzy soon learns that God has had amazing blessings in store for her and her whole family all along Peace, joy and hope will fill her world once again as she learns to always put her faith in God and fully trust that he truly has a plan for everyone Izzy will see that very often the greatest blessings in life are in disguise.

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    One thought on “Catching Faith”

    1. Although I loved the plotline and the truths this story brought to light for teen girls, I can't get past all the grammatical, syntax, punctuation, and usage errors that the writer left for readers to plow through. That totally destroyed the joy I could have had while immersing myself in this book. The story so needs to be told, but the book needs extensive editing. I started out submitting some of the errors through the option on my Kindle, but finally I got tired of being a "free" proofreader. [...]

    2. very good christian romance LOOOOOVed it it even ended with a very good bible verse I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me Phillippians 4:13

    3. This was a free Kindle book with the story line pertaining to issues kids face every day unfortunately. I was drawn to it initially thinking of my own grandchildren and the things they have gone through. The book addressed it fairly well from one of the kid's perspective. While the story was OK, it was very annoying to find a lot of grammatical errors like punctuation, spelling, and lots of misplaced apostrophes. I do hope those things will be addressed soon and I will be glad to recommend it to [...]

    4. This is a great story. Written from a teen girl's perspective. Full of trials overcome by faith, and God's hand at work through it all. The only drawback is the poor quality of spelling, grammar, punctuation, and some inconsistencies in things like names (i.e. Little girl referred to as Anna one place then Ann the remainder of the story, or someone referred to as Mrs. So-and-so, then all of a sudden she's a Miss). Definitely worth the read, though.

    5. Excellent novel on faith. It would be a good read for any teen as well as adults. I was disappointed however that this "ebook" had so many typographic errors it.

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