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Healing Sands A Sullivan Crisp Novel
By Nancy Rue and Stephen Arterburn
Published by Thomas Nelson
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On 1/27 Jennifer Price wrote: Let me set the stage. After returning from Africa, Ryan Coe lands a job as the photographer for the local newspaper in Las Cruces, New Mexico. She is great at what she does and has a passion to tell the story through pictures. She gets called out to a scene where a local boy is hit by a truck and in ... Healing Sands By Nancy Rue And Stephen Arterburn
On 1/21 Tommy Rogers wrote: Before reading Healing Sands by Nancy Rue and Stephen Arterburn, I knew I wanted to read the first 2 books in this series. I didn't want to come in to a story mid-plot, and be lost not knowing the character, Sullivan Crisp. I started with book 1, Healing Stones, then read book 2 Healing Waters. All ... Best book ever!
On 1/12 Anne Younger wrote: I recently had the pleasure of reading the Healing Sands A Sullivan Crisp Novel By Nancy Rue and Stephen Arterburn thanks to the good people at BookSneeze formally known as Thomas Nelson Book Reviews. Now, Faith based books are not the norm for me but since I stumbled upon a few great reads in ... Healing Sands Book Review
On 1/12 Sara Martin wrote: This was a wonderful book. You start out getting to know Ryan and learn about her life, how she feels and what she does. The book takes you through her "anger issues" to a deeper level about her thoughts. You really gain a good insight on her, and therefore can relate your own life to hers. As she turns ... healing sands by Nancy Rue and Stephen Arterburn
On 1/3 Shari Morehouse wrote: Healing Sands was a pleasure to read and hard to put down. I’m trying to read more Christian Fiction and I’m pleasantly surprised at how well written it has become. Ryan Coe is a photo journalist home from a year in Africa. She moves to New Mexico to be near her sons who are living with her ex-husband. ... A mystery+anger management=a great story!
On 12/19 Patty Leigh wrote: Peeling back the layers to the characters in Healing Sands takes some time to do. In fact, the characters get better and better as the book goes on. This particular installment of the Sullivan Crisp series deals with anger and how we must surrender that emotion to God and allow Him to conquer it for ... Healing Sands by Nancy Rue & Stephen Arterburn
On 12/16 Jennifer wrote: I have gotten to where I love to read Christian novels. I received Healing Sands from Thomas Nelson to review. This book was fabulous. If you are a person in need of healing, then this book would be a great read for you. I saw myself on some of the pages and I am sure if you have been through any of ... Book Review: Healing Sands
On 12/16 Andi Newberry wrote: Book Description:In the struggle for healing, when do you fight and when do you surrender?Ryan Alexander-Coe is a talented photojournalist who has been on assignment all over the world. But when her two sons choose to live with their father after her divorce, Ryan must give her career up for a small-town ... REVIEW: Healing Sands
On 12/15 Kim Ford wrote: “When we face the worst that’s in us, somehow we become better than we are – better than we ever thought we could be.” (p.223) Sullivan Crisp has become somehow better to me than when I first met him in Healing Stones. I’m not sure how that is really possible, though, because I adored ... Healing Sands by Nancy Rue & Stephen Arterburn
On 12/8 Lori Watson wrote: Returning to the States after a year in Africa photographing boy soldiers, Ryan takes a position at a local newspaper in order to be near her estranged sons. She is sent to cover a racially motivated hate crime and is shocked to discover her own teenage son is the prime suspect. Can a boy change that ... Healing Sands A Sullivan Crisp Novel By Nancy Rue and Stephen Arterburn