What happens when a Christian woman facing a childless future and a woman seeking an abortion are waiting to see the same doctor?
What if after that "chance" encounter they are unable to forget each other?
What if they find themselves drawn together in spite of their drastic differences by their surprising similarities?
What if they somehow find the courage to become friends?
Rain Dance takes the listener into the hearts of these two women as they journey closer to the heart of the One who offers hope and healing.
©2012 Joy DeKok (P)2014 Joy DeKok
Love, love this book. As a strong proponent for life, with many children myself, I found myself sympathizing with both of the characters; the post-abortive woman and the one struggling to accept her infertility. I absolutely love the transparency that comes through and the showcase of God's glory in grace and mercy that is displayed throughout. Several times, I found myself praying, along with Jonica for those in the story, then changing the prayers to fit the real life characters that dot my own world. As a bonus, I was reminded of the power of prayer as the story came to a close. Very well done. Feeling like I need to buy several copies to hand out at the abortion clinic and the local Crisis Pregnancy Outreach. Absolutely beautiful and applicable to anyone facing disappointment or regret and shame.
In listening to this book I was very touched by the characters and their interaction. Knowing from my own past experience of how God can cause people 's paths to cross this book is very believable. Joy did an awesome job of sharing her heart! Her post script was enjoyed and appreciated. What a wonderful way to reach out to those that are hurting, no matter their need, and to give them a loving ray of hope!!! So much encouragement!
For the most part the speaker helped to define the different characters quite well , but I had a little difficulty with her voice patterns. All in in I enjoyed the book & the speaker.
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