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Shelter Audiobook

Shelter

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She begged God to rescue her. He said, "Go." So she headed out into the blizzard. In a car that wasn't exactly hers, with a dog who wasn't exactly a rat terrier, she drove. Until she ran out of gas in the small Maine town of Mattawooptock. What on earth is God thinking? But it is there, in a weird little bathroom in a weird little church in a weird little town that Maggie Hansen finds herself. And as God would have it, she finds a lot more than that.

©2015 Robin Merrill (P)2016 Robin Merrill

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    Debbie Toney, Alabama 01-28-17
    Debbie Toney, Alabama 01-28-17 Member Since 2013

    Retired CFO, Army wife, Mom of five, Grandma of six, two sons who served in combat, love to read books that reflect my values and faith, love mysteries, historical, military stories, and books that don't waste my time . . . if it doesn't have an ending that was worth the wait, I'm not a happy camper.

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    "Simple Story . . . of what church SHOULD be"

    I loved Shelter and Robin Merrill's sequel, Daniel, both about The Open Door Church and Mission and the people who call it home and those who minister there . . . none of them are clean as a whistle, cookie cutter Christians . . . and do not pretend to be . . . the authorities are always on speed dial, ready to respond to a disturbance at the shelter . . . and some in the town are looking for any reason to shut the place down . . . but God stays one step ahead of them . . . this is the story of how Maggie and Galen began, how she, broken and afraid, asked God to help her escape from an abusive relationship in another state to drive in a blizzard to Maine, when God told her to GO . . . how she learned that she was good at cutting hair, in fact, and even better at serving God as a beautician and friend to the homeless . . . Robin Merrill is expert at showing us how God takes humanity's outcast and beaten down, and day by day, sets their feet gently on solid ground, through the love and ministry of His children . . . I hope the series continues . . .

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    Becky PALL MALL, TENNESSEE, United States 11-21-16
    Becky PALL MALL, TENNESSEE, United States 11-21-16 Member Since 2016
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    "loved the idea"

    didn't care much for narrator,
    I thought the idea of story was good, but no excitement, kept waiting for something.

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    James Vining 11-11-16 Member Since 2016
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    "Shelter"

    This book was interesting it was very predictable a lot of the time therefore I found it want to get further into the peoples lives.

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    peggy 09-12-16
    peggy 09-12-16
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    "Worth the Read"

    This is a great book as a mainstream, sharing the life of people in a homeless shelter. I love the feeling of family and worthy of each person. With s few more active verbs and going a bit deeper in the character's heart, it could be great.

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