Friday, November 23, 2007

The Yada Yada Prayer Group by Neta Jackson and My Thanksgiving

I have read some of the other Yada Yada books and this one was just as fun as the others. This book makes a fun read for any of your female friends who understand how important friendship is. If you have been looking for a fun read for you or for a gift, then consider this one. You will be glad you did!

About the Book:
Turkey dinners, tree trimming, and decking the halls--it's that time of year again! And I Jodi Baxter, can't wait to celebrate. My kids are coming home for Thanksgiving and Christmas, and then all of us Yadas are getting decked out for a big New Year's party.

But God's idea of "decked out" might just change the nature of our party plans. A perplexing encounter with a former student, a crime that literally knocks me off my feet, a hurry-up wedding, and a child who will forever change our's times like these that I really need my prayer sisters.

This holiday season, we Yada Yadas are learning that no one can out celebrate God. So let's get this party started!

THE YADA YADA PRAYER GROUP GETS DECKED OUT is a festive novella featuring America's favorite prayer group, the Yada Yadas!

Sometimes dubbed "chick-lit" for their bright covers and catchy titles, this series provides far more depth than witty banter and wacky situations. Inspired by a prayer group of real women, each book will have you laughing, crying, and perhaps praying anew.

In this highly anticipated installment, the Yada Yada sisters-a group of multi-cultural friends-and their families prepare for the event of the season.

About the Author:
Neta Jackson's award-winning Yada books have sold more than 350,000 copies and are spawning prayer groups across the country. She and her husband, Dave, are also an award-winning husband/wife writing team, best known for the Trailblazer Books--a 40-volume series of historical fiction about great Christian heroes with 1.8 million in sales--and Hero Tales: A Family Treasury of True Stories from the Lives of Christian Heroes (vols 1-4).

Dave and Neta live in Evanston, Illinois, where for twenty-seven years they were part of Reba Place Church, a Christian church community. They are now members of the Chicago Tabernacle, a multi-racial congregation that is a daughter church of the well-known Brooklyn Tabernacle.

To purchase this book for yourself, click here.


How was your Thanksgiving? My day was spent on the couch, due to my back going out. It was very lonely here when my family went off to my MIL's, but it was also very quiet, which was somewhat nice (or would have been if I had not been in pain). Anyways, today I am much better, so the time on the couch must have done the trick. I am still taking it somewhat easy, but at least I can get off the couch without crying now. Anyways, I hope you had a wonderful day with your family and friends.

Smiles and Loves! Janis

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