Friday, October 24, 2008

REVIEW: Seeing Through The Lies by Vonda Skelton

Vonda Skelton’s “Seeing Through The Lies” is a completely engaging non-fiction read. The beautiful cover will draw you to this wonderful book that champions women by combating the falsehoods we believe about ourselves and life in general. Specific subjects include physical beauty, life’s pace, boundaries, fear, contentment, humility, marriage, motherhood, servanthood, and much more.

Each chapter has 5 daily scripture readings, encouraging the reader to savor the chapter over several days instead of tearing through the material. There are also a couple of questions for personal reflection and discussion with a small group. More discussion questions can be found at the end of the book. There are practical tips and exercises, a terrific list of books, websites and other resources.

1 comment:

Vonda Skelton said...

Hi Stacey,
Thank you for your kind review of my book. It's been a book in my heart for a long time--I'm glad I finally had the time to write it down!
Oh, and I love making speaker-phone visits with groups using the book as their study book. ;-)