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One Call Away by Brenda Warner
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Oct 13, 11

bookshelves: auto-or-biography, christian

This book was different from the way most Christian books are written. I enjoyed how Brenda overcame all the obstacles throughout her life. I found it refreshing that Warner was not perfect, she made mistakes, and she admits that. Most Christian books are not going to tell you that the author yelled at a fan, or acted angry, even though no Christians are perfect, most books with a Faith background try to tell you how to do things. Brenda Warner says here is what I did, and here is how I changed it, here is how I redeemed myself, here is why I won't do it again. She is very inspirational. She never doubted God's presence in her life, even when things were going terribly wrong, she still reached to him, with courage and belief. This book makes me want to read the book written with her husband. Can I now admit that I am more of a fan of Kurt Warner, because he chose Brenda, not because of his football career?

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