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Stars in God's Sky Paperback – March 1, 2009
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If Faith Cook wrote a comic book, I would buy it! I love her tendency to bypass the all-stars and focus on the "dirt disciples" who simply slug it out in faithfulness to Jesus.....I hope preachers read her stuff - it'll both nourish their souls and improve their sermon illustrations!'--Dr Dale Ralph Davis
'Stars in God's sky' is just vintage Faith Cook. Don't miss out on this new treasure; instead, buy, read, enjoy, be blessed, and share with others!'--Roger Carswell
About the Author
Faith Cook was born in China, the daughter of OMF missionaries, and now lives in Derbyshire, England. She is the author of a number of books including Seeing the Invisible and Lives Turned Upside Down which are published by Evangelical Press. Faith is married to Paul who served as a pastor in churches in Northallerton, Shepshed and Hull.
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Unfortunately, these are very short biographies. There are about 17 pages per biography, with one of those being a "title page" with the person's name, a 1 paragraph summary, and then the back side is blank. So, 15 pages of real text per person. And what can do really do with that? Historical and cultural background needs provided. The person needs completely introduced since we know nothing of them. There's really only time left to hit the highlights in a very brief way. I didn't really feel like I "knew" the people I was reading about. They were shallow enough that I wasn't really engaged in each story. This sort of shallow overview might be helpful with "famous" people to have some familiarity with their name, but it doesn't really accomplish as much with an unknown.
This isn't a bad book. I could see someone getting some encouragement from one of the life stories, and the writing itself is capable enough. But, this is just too shallow for me to rate more than 3 stars, or as just "okay."