This is a review that I posted on Amazon for a wonderful short story written by a friend and mentor of mine, Mrs. Tattie Maggard. I really hate that I took so long to get this posted. I have been very busy with my college courses, the church, and my job as a middle school teacher. When I was finally able to take to time to sit down and read this short, I kicked myself. I've placed a link to this eBook at the bottom of the review for direct access. I promise you won't be disappointed. Here is my review of "God's Worn Out Servants." And by the way, it's free right now!!!!
I am so ashamed! This little powerhouse of a short was a wonderful jewel waiting to be discovered in my Kindle because I was too busy to finish reading it. The story hit me right between the eyes. I need to make some changes in my life before I totally burn out or something worse happens. This is a great short that is definitely worth taking a few minutes out of your daily routine to read. I implore you--if you are a pastor's wife you need to read this book. If you are a lay-woman working in your church, you need to read this book! This will cause you to re-evaluate your specific area of service unto the Lord. I applaud Ms. Maggard for her straight-forward presentation of two women serving the Lord who are too busy to breathe. I certainly identify! I really enjoyed this book, and I highly recommend it!
- Amy L. Magaw
- Amy Leah Magaw is a computer science-teaching, mother of two college students by day. By weekends, she is an Independent Facilitator working in cooperation with Code.org, providing FREE professional development for teachers on infusing computing skills into the classroom. She is available to go to your school, church, or community center to train your teachers or staff on site. To contact Amy about FREE professional development, visit her blog at www.AmyLMagaw.com, or email her at email@example.com. In her "free time," Amy loves to write Christian Fiction. She has samples of her writing on her blog, as well as links for purchasing her books. Amy is also the First Lady of Temple Baptist Church in Sumter, SC. She is available for speaking at Ladies’ Conferences and meeting your freelance writing needs. To learn more about Amy’s writings, visit her blog at www.AmyLMagaw.com, or email her at AmyLMagaw@gmail.com.