(Book review) Everything is possible


Reviewed by: Ceil Carey, ECLA Co-president and long time book discussion leader

 


Introduction

Title: Everything is possible

Author: Jen Bricker with Sheryl Berk

Publisher: BakerBooks

Publication Date: 2016

Format: Hardcover book

Length: 195 pages

OVERVIEW

Jen Bricker is an astounding young woman with enough energy to make readers exhausted by reading of her endeavors. Born without legs, she is an amazing gymnast who can do the most incredible flying stunts but beyond these physical successes, she is an amazing Christian who loves the Lord and gives him the glory for all she has accomplished in her young life.

Jen was adopted into a very loving family who encouraged her to try and do anything. She has a “can do” personality with a warm and winning personality and has attained fame with her abilities but perhaps even more so with her inspiring messages and Christian character.

ASSESSMENT

Rating (1 to 5)

5

Suggested Audience

Teens and adults

Christian Impact

Readers will be inspired to find the courage to follow their dreams as Jen Bricker has by trusting God.

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