Dating memory book
What’s more, they wonder why God hasn’t answered their prayers for marriage.That’s why I’m thrilled to get my hands on Not Yet Married.I am really grateful for Marshall and his honest, theologically sturdy counsel.This book is a must-share.” Jimmy Needham, recording artist; Worship Director, Stonegate Church, Midlothian, Texas “Marshall’s writing never fails to be richly insightful, thought provoking, and heart probing.There’s a passing reference to Sammie’s parents cohabiting before marriage.
And it’s very hard to watch a bright mind going downhill as her narration becomes less coherent.
(Note: This review contains major spoilers.)As “The Memory Book” opens, our narrator, Samantha “Sammie” Mc Coy, has recently been named valedictorian of her high school class and been accepted to her dream college, New York University.
She’s also just been diagnosed with a terminal illness.
It is through renewed and deeper connections with them that she finally reaches acceptance and peace before dying.
Unfortunately, the book has some content issues that parents will need to be aware of, including frequent profanity and some sexual content.