Yada Yada Prayer Group by Neta Jackson

yadaJodi Baxter is on her way to her first Chicago Women’s Conference and she has no inkling how it will change her outlook on the rest of her life! Worshipping the Lord with 500 strangers isn’t something Jodi is used to. That experience will seem easy after she’s is placed in an intimate prayer group with a group of women that couldn’t be more different if they tried. In the end though, it’s not what makes these ladies different that matters, but what makes them the same that brings them together.

A friend told me I had to get this book as soon as possible. She’s yet to steer me wrong, so I happily complied. Now I’m the one telling people they have to go out and get this book as soon as possible!

A more diverse group couldn’t be found anywhere. The Yada Yada’s consist of an ex-con, a Messianic Jew, a former drug addict, a teacher, and women from Honduras, South Africa and Jamaica. Their commonality is prayer. Some need to learn how to pray, or when to pray, but they all pray and it’s a beautiful thing that brings these ladies together.

Usually, a book with so many characters can be confusing, but Neta Jackson found a great formula to focus on a few at a time, never overwhelming the reader.

This was one of THE most inspiring books I’ve read all year. As the main character learned we are all just sinners, saved by Grace, I felt the goose bumps rise on my arms.

The Yada Yada Prayer Group is the first in a series, and I can hardly wait to start praying and praising again!

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