I have been a huge fan of Vicki Courtney for many years; the reason I chose to review this book. I have not only been a fan, but have followed her blog and taught teenagers from her Bible Studies for years. As a matter of fact, I became a volunteer leader at a special teenage ministry event due to Vicki Courtney’s commitment to speak.
At the beginning of her book, Move On, Vicki references a personal experience she and her family encountered; an experience I remember as though it were yesterday. I was so impressed with the way she and her family walked through this crisis with complete transparency, shining the light and love of Jesus, I was drawn even more to her teaching.
In this book, Vicki shares with honesty, issues we all need to face in order to “come clean” and move beyond the messes in life. Once those issues are addressed, God is in a position to shower us with His mercy, enabling us to experience the grace and freedom God wants all His children to enjoy.
As with all of Vicki Courtney’s teachings, I highly recommend this book as a tool to assist you in growing your own faith and the faith of teenagers you influence in your every day actions.
Note: The publisher, Thomas Nelson, provided a complimentary copy of this book through BookLook Bloggers.