Tremors of Doubt Book ☆ 330 pages Download Ë Lael harrelson

Lael Harrelson Ô Tremors of Doubt Book

Tremors of Doubt Book ☆ 330 pages Download Ë Lael harrelson ç Does Exploring Her Past Risk the Future For a young Mennonite woman who wants to make a difference in the world growing up on the mission field in Haiti should be the perfect fit But not for Callie Zimmerman Raised by her aunt and uncle after thOmmunity She longs to do to alleviate the poverty and sickness that surrounds her but tradition and her uncle forbid her On the eve of her twenty third birthday struggling with hopelessness as another year passes Callie pleads with God to open a door for her The prayer has barely left her mouth when she finds a stack of letters with secrets about her parent’s live Tremors of Doubt I loved this book I thought it was very good I felt connected to the characters especially to the main character who was Callie She lived in Haiti with her aunt and uncle since her has passed away Now that Callie is grown she wants discover her own way To make a difference wherever she lives she goes from Haiti to Colorado then back to Haiti To find out why she does all the traveling read the book Loved all the people she met along the way I really enjoyed the writing of Lael Harrelson definitely knows how to bring the characters to life I received an complementary copy of the book from Celebrate Lit I was not reuired to post a positive review This opinion is my own

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S and their excommunication from the Mennonite church Devastated Callie cries herself to sleep only to be awakened a few hours later by her uncle with the startling news that Noah Koehn has asked permission to court her Is one of these things the answer to her prayer Would exploring her parents’ past mean losing a future with Noah Is the exploration worth the risk There have been many times I have wondered what I have done with my life I had all these dreams but they never happened Callie begins to ask herself these same uestions I really like Callie and her big heart I was impressed with her living in Haiti and helping people there As a Mennonite I'm sure she may have looked a bit out of place I could feel her yearning to do something with her life as her birthday approaches The description of Haiti was fascinating to me and I would love to go to the market and explore all the vendors I did learn from the author that French is spoken in Haiti It is hard to wait on God to answer your uestions and desires Sometimes I have found myself moving ahead of God and unfortunately things backfired I loved how the author brought Callie's parents into the story They led a different lifestyle than their daughter did What made them leave the Mennonite church The story really peaks my attention when Callie goes to the states to find answers to what happened to her parentsAs Callie gets acuainted with her family's rustic cabin deep in the woods of Colorado a stirring begins in her She found herself digging deeper into the bible for answers and allowing God to speak to her She wants her life to matter to make a difference I loved meeting the Pastor of the little church in town Tom is uite a humble person He cares for others but deep inside he is lonely I have said once to someone I can be in a roomful of people and feel alone It reminds me of Callie and Tom in this story Will they find their calling Can God help then overcome their lonelinessThe story is filled with adventure as doors are opened for Callie I loved reading how she took a leap of faith and followed God's plan for her The scriptures in the story are uplifting and takes on new meaning for Callie It was wonderful to read about her hunger to serve God and how she waited on Him for direction The author does an amazing job of letting readers follow Callie as she gets an unexpected chance to do something she has prayed about Will Callie be able to let go of some things in order to reach her destination God has called her to I did cry several times during the story as the people of Haiti go through difficult situations It is easy to take for granted all the comforts we have After reading this book I am reminded that everywhere we look are people suffering needing help and most of all love Thank you for writing a book that inspires me to be thankful for what I have and to be aware when God speaks to me We are always a work in progressI received a copy of this book from Celebrate Lit The review is my own opinion

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Tremors of DoubtDoes Exploring Her Past Risk the Future For a young Mennonite woman who wants to make a difference in the world growing up on the mission field in Haiti should be the perfect fit But not for Callie Zimmerman Raised by her aunt and uncle after the death of her parents Callie works beside her aunt cooking cleaning and sewing each day as the men head off to serve the c Tremors of Doubt by Lael Harrelson takes us to Laminasse Haiti in April 2009 Callie Zimmerman lives with her Uncle Roman Aunt Rhoda and cousins in Haiti Uncle Roman is conservative Mennonite minister working in the mission field Life is not easy on the island They lack electricity running water and a vermin free house Callie was taken in by her aunt and uncle after her parents passed away in a fire Callie has spent the years working alongside Aunt Rhoda cooking cleaning and assisting others Now that she is an adult Callie wishes to do She wants to make a difference However her uncle and their religion are holding her back Just before her twenty third birthday Callie happens to be at home to receive the mail There is a card from a Jean Morgan a friend of her parents along with a photograph of a young Callie Callie discovers that Uncle Roman has been hiding letters from her and kept vital information about her parents from her Callie gets the opportunity to visit Jean and her family in Colorado It would mean leaving her family as well as Noah who has asked to court her However this could be the opportunity that Callie has been praying for What will Callie decide to do Accompany Callie on her journey of self discovery in Tremors of Doubt Tremors of Doubt is about one woman’s journey of self discovery Callie wishes to make a difference in the world She has seen such poverty illness and violence Callie wants to help people but she does not know how to go about it She has been praying for God to show her the way Uncle Roman and the church leaders all men are conservative especially regarding women and their roles Callie has a strong faith but she is struggling to make sure she is following the Lord’s path and not what she thinks God wants I thought Tremors of Doubt was nicely written and had a gentle pace There are smooth transitions between sections Callie is a character many women can relate to along with her journey The other characters are realistic and relatable You can feel Callie’s struggle with her uncle’s domineering personality and the rules of her church She has such a big compassionate heart I did feel that the scripture was a little heavy handed at times felt preachy but it was relatable to the book and easy to understand I cannot imagine living without electricity or modern amenities running water grocery store good medical care air conditioning book store The author does not hold back in describing the condition of Haiti and the people living on the island I am rating Tremors of Doubt 4 out of 5 stars I liked it Tremors of Doubt is a book that will touch your heart