Isaiah 6:8

8 Then I heard the voice of the Lord saying, “Whom shall I send? And who will go for us?”And I said, “Here am I. Send me!”

Monday, March 12, 2012

Lessons Learned As A Bridesmaid

About the Book:  Are you tired of always being the bridesmaid, but never the bride? Is the wait for a mate almost too much to bear? Ready to stop settling for a ‘Bozo’ and hold out for your Boaz? Then fear not! Get ready for GOD to bless your socks off! In Lessons Learned as a Bridesmaid, Larissa D. Jean shares her story of what she has learned in her wait for a godly husband. With transparency, sincerity and lighthearted humor, Larissa shares her experiences from being a bridesmaid multiple times. She offers single women practical advice on true contentment, waiting on God’s timing, purpose, dating and purity. A great tool for singles ministries, young adult ministries, and campus ministries, this is a must have book for single women, bridesmaids and future brides everywhere!
About the Author:  Larissa D. Jean has been working with young women both in Atlanta and Athens, Georgia since 2001. Born in Haiti and raised in the United States, she has taught Bible studies, led campus ministries and a singles ministry. A University of Georgia graduate, she is now a Spanish teacher and lives in Lawrenceville, Georgia. For more information, visit her website at
My Thoughts:  I chose this book to try something different.  I am a married woman and the wife of a pastor and I have to say that this book that was wonderful.   I think every single lady should read it and every married lady should read it so they can be mentors. It seems that today being a single lady is a bad thing and they are told these days are told that they should pray for their future husbands, which is not a bad idea.  The thing they are not told ever is how to prepare to be the Godly wife they are meant to be. This book was a easy read and  very engaging,   Once I started reading it I could not put it down.  I enjoyed how the author talked about her own past relationships, good or bad,  and her experiences as a bridesmaid.  I loved the study guides at the end of each chapter.  The study guides would be great for a study group but they could also be used by one person too. I worked through every single answer and discovered a good  bit about myself I did not know.
Disclaimer:  I was given this book to review from the Book Sneeze program or Thomas Nelson Publishers.  I was not paid to give a favorable review.  The opinions expressed here were 100% my own.

1 comment:

Mid-Atlantic Martha said...

This does sound like a good book -- may recommend it to our book club for next year. Thanks for visiting my table.