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Number of Pages: 448
Vendor: Thomas Nelson
Publication Date: 2014
Dimensions: 8.38 X 5.50 (inches)
Availability: In Stock
Series: Yada Yada
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The Yada Yada Prayer Group is in troubleand theyre having a hard time getting out.
Jodi Baxter is feeling overwhelmed, to say the least. Every day it seems that more blessings, problems, and everything in between crop up among her Yada Yada sisters, and their prayer list is getting out of control.
Not only are the Yada Yadas still recovering from the vicious racial attack on Mark, but Ruth and Bens midlife pregnancy takes a dangerous turn, Aviss daughter and grandbaby show up unannounced, Floridas artistic son gets caught tagging, and Uptown is talking about merging with New Morning into one racially mixed churchraising anxiety and stress to new levels. To top it all off, Jodi keeps saying yesto everything. Its getting harder to see God in the everyday rat race of life, especially in the face of exhaustion.
With so many burdens resting on her circle of sisters, Jodi fi nds herself trapped by the goodand badhabit of trying to fi x everything and everyone. After lots (and lots) of failures, Jodi begins to learn that God can use anything, even the messes we make, to accomplish His good purposes.
What will it take to help the Yada Yadas focus on Gods promises instead of getting caught by the lies we so easily believe?