(Book review) Anna’s healing


Reviewed by:  Ceil Carey

Ministry Title: Long time book discussion leader and co-president of ECLA

 


Introduction

Title: Anna’s healing anna

Author: Vanetta Chapman

Publisher: Harvest House

Publication Date: October, 2015

Format: Paperback

Length: 352 pages

OVERVIEW

Left partially paralyzed in a wheelchair, Anna’s friends, Chloe Roberts and Jacob Graber and her grandmother Ruth are the anchors that keep her tethered to her faith and sanity as she comes to grips with her disability.

But it seems that just as she has accepted her situation, Anna is inexplicably and totally healed. Just as she had questions when she was confined to her wheelchair, Anna is now asking why? how? how long will it last? And the notoriety and attention she and her community are receiving is so unwanted, so counter to the teachings of her people, the Amish.

Whether you believe in miraculous healings or not, Anna’s healing will cause you to consider your beliefs and reflect on this miracle. Was it truly from God? Some wonder if Anna was ever actually paralyzed. The book is very thought provoking and insightful.

Fans of Amish fiction will be eager to read this first in Chapman’s series but will find it is deeper and contains more meat than some Amish fare.

ASSESSMENT

Rating (1 to 5)

5

Suggested Audience

Amish fiction fans, women and teens, particularly.

Christian Impact

This book will cause readers to consider God’s power and miracles in today’s world.

Notes:

Anna’s healing is the first in the Plain and simple miracles series.

Used by permission of Christian Library Journal.


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