God Doesn’t Write With A Pen

God Does Not Write in Pen Last weekend some of my family and I went on a ROAD TRIP to Sandpoint Idaho. Just like old times, my mom read to us. The book choice was God Doesn’t Write With A Pen. It might seem like an odd choice, but as some of you know I am from Boise Idaho. This is a story of a family that survives the worst, and become refugees none other than Boise Idaho. They describe their journey and their conversion to the Church of Jesus Christ of Later-day Saints. It was amazing to hear of the faith that they had, as they worked their way through family problems, and physical ailments. I really appreciated the book and the testimony that was shared. I would recommend this book, it is a short read, and some of it you might want to skim depending on your knowledge of the Mormon faith. Read the book and let me know what you think!

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2 thoughts on “God Doesn’t Write With A Pen

  1. Christi Lynn Pauline says:

    Roseanne,

    Thank you so much for choosing “God Doesn’t Write with a Pen” to read while on your road trip. I just saw your review today. I appreciate you taking the time to read/review the book, and I hope it was as much as an inspiration for you to read it as it was for me to write it. As you may or may not know, half of the royalties of this book are being given to support the Feel Better Clinics, two medical clinics that Blema started in Labe, West Africa after resettling in Boise. The clinics have served hundreds in the past two years, and have helped save many lives. We greatly appreciate you helping to spread the work about their book, and thereby helping out a good cause. Thanks again! Most Sincerely, Christi Lynn Pauline

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