Wednesday, May 5, 2010

Book Review: Plan B


Pete Wilson, pastor of Cross Point Church in Nashville, TN, addresses dealing with personal crisis in his book Plan B. Using a comforting, conversational tone Wilson refreshingly avoids making an attempt to fully answer the big "why" question and instead offers some insight as to how a person might face a Plan B situation with some very useful reflections on examples from the Bible and current times.

Being two years into my own Plan B crisis (my son was diagnosed with leukemia and then relapsed) I was relieved to find hope and encouragement in Wilson's book. With so much of the "church" world falling into cliché responses to questions that elude answer I appreciate his dismissal of those clichés as useless platitudes.

Read this book now. Whether your crisis has already struck or it's not even a blip on the screen of your life, because, as Wilson points out, it happens to everyone (at least once). In Plan B you will find the encouragement and hope you need to face crisis, endure it, and recover from it.

I was provided with a free copy of this title from Thomas Nelson Publishers to review through BookSneeze.com. The opinions in this review are my own, and this disclosure is in compliance with Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255.

1 comment:

  1. Kristin, I just spent some time on your blog. Very interesting!! I wish we lived closer- I would love to shop at thrift stores with you!! We have a Goodwill that puts clothes on the .29 rack every Sunday. So I love to go Sunday afternoon to check out the bargains!! I look for 100% wool sweaters to make felting projects and I always find a cute top for Hannah that she usually loves. You can't go wrong with .29!!It never fails that the thing that I look for is there that day, One time I needed a jeans skirt and it was there.Another time I needed tan pants-there!! I think that God cares about the little things-don't you?? Melissa

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