[Epub] ➝ The Yada Yada Prayer Group Gets Real (Yada Yada Prayer Group, Book 3) By Neta Jackson – 91videos.co

I am thoroughly enjoying this series At first, I was a bit annoyed with the Jodi talking to herself But when I thought about it, I also do the same things The story finishes on the one year anniversary of the Yada Yada group prayer group was formed Jodi continues to struggle with having Hakim in her class She wants to help him but he continues to fall behind Avis now has a beau Chandra finally wins the lottery Becky, the woman who robbed the group in book 2, is released on early parole Florida s husband finally gets a job Stu has a secret that is revealed Jodi is learning how to trust in God and not try to control everything Looking forward to book 4. Another great book in the Yada Yada series This one does a good job of helping us see how important it is to look at our own faults before judging others Even when we do find fault, it s necessary to admit it and apologize for doing so.The thing that struck me hardest about this part of the story is how Stu opened her heart to someone she knows is a violent criminal That takes a lot of courage. The Yada Yadas Thought They Had A Handle On Forgiveness, But It Seems God Has Them On A Crash Course To An Even Deeper LevelAfter Everything The Yada Yadas Had Been Through In The Past Eight Months, I Told God I Could Sure Use A Little Dull And Boring In The New Year But That Was Before Leslie Stu Stuart Moved In Upstairs Ms Perfect Herself And Me Jodi Baxter Living In The Same Two Flat A Recipe For Collision Then Delores Enriquez S Son Jose Wanted To Throw My Amanda A Quinceanera A Coming Out Party, Mexican Style And They Re Only Fifteen At Least Bandana Woman, Who Held Up Our Yada Yada Prayer Group At Knife Point Last Fall, Was Safely Locked Up In Prison Or So I Thought We Visited Her, Like The Bible Says Even Sent Her Something For Christmas But Then She Ends Up Back In Our Face I Mean, How Far Is Forgiveness Supposed To Go I Guess I Should Have Realized That With Eleven Yada Yada Sisters As Diverse As A Bag Of Jelly Bellies, Life Would Always Be Unpredictable All I Know Is That The Longer We Yada Yada Pray Together, The Real Things Are Getting, Not Only With Each Other But With God Dull And Boring Not A Chance The main theme for this book is how to forgive how to feel accountable accountability and forgiveness are both on hard feat to achieve Both require you to dig down deep inside and really get real with yourself Neither is easy or quick, both are a process the you must doggedly labor at However, the end results always seem so refreshing vindicating I have said it before and I ll say it again, I am addicted to this series Three books in I am sure that I want to read all seven books in this series And her series after this one I absolutely love authors like this one. I love these books GREAT SERIES They just make your spirit feel good Once again I was deeply connected to all of the characters and their third wild ride, surprising me with every page I love the way the women can sometimes fight but always come back together and grow stronger I love that a new member was added to the group and I can t wait to see what kind of problems the Yada Yadas run into next. THIS SUMMARY REVIEW WAS COPIED FROM OTHER SOURCES AND IS USED ONLY AS A REMINDER OF WHAT THE BOOK WAS ABOUT FOR MY PERSONAL INTEREST ANY PERSONAL NOTATIONS ARE FOR MY RECOLLECTION ONLYPersonal note So far this was my favorite which other reviewers has noted Also way to much singing except for the last one The male singer was excellentIn this installment of the Yada Yada Prayer Group series, our narrator Jodi Baxter is dealing with new aspects of the problems that plagued her in the first two books These include her dislike for prayer group member Stu, her struggle to forgive the woman who invaded her house, and the fallout from her car accident There are also several celebrations that keep the story from being a downer.I ve read several comments online from people who say they can t make it through the entire series because they find Jodi whiny and that it never lets up I suppose your temperament will determine if you find her this way I can identify with Jodi s ever present inner dialogue because I also have a little voice in my brain that comments on everything and expresses my doubts and fears all day long If you don t have that, then you may be one of those readers who find Jodi annoying Others may find the story of how Jodi works to overcome those fears helpful, especially since everything isn t magically wrapped up in one book concluding in the marriage of Avis and Peter, and the baptisms of YoYo and former prisoner, Becky Wallace This book is the 3rd of Yada Yada Prayer GroupI haven t found the 2nd book yet I don t know what I am missing I know that in ministries like this it can involve a whole lot of people I like how when the group meets all of their families, and attends each one s church How the group meets every other week at someone s designated home I like how they support one another in every day living I know that some people are well meaning, and a know it all, like Stu, but she had good intentions Up until she didn t want to tell about her life She keeps everything locked up inside I didn t think that was fair for the whole group But some of us are like that Each one of them had a major problem One of the woman were always there helping out Its a good book, flows through easily Fun and energentic Even in hard times. In this installment of the Yada Yada Prayer Group series, our narrator Jodi Baxter is dealing with new aspects of the problems that plagued her in the first two books These include her dislike for prayer group member Stu, her struggle to forgive the woman who invaded her house, and the fallout from her car accident There are also several celebrations that keep the story from being a downer.I ve read several comments online from people who say they can t make it through the entire series because they find Jodi whiny and that it never lets up I suppose your temperament will determine if you find her this way I can identify with Jodi s ever present inner dialogue because I also have a little voice in my brain that comments on everything and expresses my doubts and fears all day long If you don t have that, then you may be one of those readers who find Jodi annoying Others may find the story of how Jodi works to overcome those fears helpful, especially since everything isn t magically wrapped up in one book. Just finished this one concluding in the marriage of Avis and Peter, and the baptisms of YoYo and former prisoner, Becky Wallace and have book 4 in my hand These ladies are my imaginary friends