April 2010 Book: A Million Blessings

April 2010 Members’ Selection

042010 A Million Blessings

Discussion: June 19, 2010

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Members’ Selection: April 2010

Book: A Million Blessings

Authors: Angela Benson, Marilynn Griffith, Tia McCollors

Review: June 19, 2010

How many times have you asked God for an overflow of blessings? Well, if you are like me, your current tally is too large to count even when using all your fingers and toes. But what if your plea was answered in the form of a financial windfall from a questionable source?

Would you hold fast to your faith and conclude that since God allowed this to happen then it must be part of his predestined plan or would you simple walk away and forget the whole thing ever happened..

The authors of A Million Blessings tackle these questions and many more as each one takes you on a journey involving a winning lottery ticket.

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What happens after all your dreams come true? In these uplifting tales of faith and fortune, delve into the lives of three people whose hearts — and wallets — are on the line when an unexpected windfall tests them like never before…

Showers of Blessings Angela Benson

Assistant pastor Ronnie has a shameful secret: he’s a compulsive gambler. And just when it seems he’s run out of luck, he finds salvation in a miraculous win. But nothing can keep Ronnie from recklessly betting his family’s future. His only way out is through renewed faith–and a desperate act of redemption.

Second Chance Blessings Marilynn Griffith

Pro football player Craig Richards has it all, from the trophy wife to the lavish mansion–until an injury costs him everything. Defeated, he returns to the community and church he left behind–and discovers his loss just might be a blessing in disguise. But will a second shot at fame and fortune lead him astray once more?

Knight In Pink Armor Tia McCollors

Dara Knight’s dream goes far beyond the multi-million dollar lottery she just won. Her real desire is to rebuild a poverty-stricken Atlanta community. But when a vicious gang sets out to destroy her project, will she have enough courage to prove that investing in people, against all odds, yields heaven-sent rewards?

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