à Elizabeth: A Holy Land Pilgrimage || Ë PDF Read by ☆ Cheryl Dickow


  • Title: Elizabeth: A Holy Land Pilgrimage
  • Author: Cheryl Dickow
  • ISBN: 9780979225802
  • Page: 377
  • Format: Paperback

  • Join Elizabeth s mid life flight to the Holy Land as she questions her marriage and her life See how God reaches her through people and events Experience Elizabeth s walk on the Via Dolorosa, the way of the cross, and her kayak trip down the Jordan River Sit with her at an outdoor cafe and marvel at the sights and sounds of Jerusalem Listen as Elizabeth learns the nameJoin Elizabeth s mid life flight to the Holy Land as she questions her marriage and her life See how God reaches her through people and events Experience Elizabeth s walk on the Via Dolorosa, the way of the cross, and her kayak trip down the Jordan River Sit with her at an outdoor cafe and marvel at the sights and sounds of Jerusalem Listen as Elizabeth learns the names of God and hears about the matriarchs of the faith Sarah, Rebekah, Rachel, and Leah Discover, with Elizabeth, the true nature of agape love on the pilgrimage of a lifetime.
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    Commentaires:

    Jonathan
    Thank you to Cheryl Dickow and the wonderful people at Bezalel Books for sending me this, Mary: A Study of Papal Encyclicals on Mary, Where Do Deacons Come From?, and Joseph's Hands via First Reads giveaway!Since I am not the targeted demographic for this book, being a teen male, my review might be biased. Elizabeth is hard to rate. At times, I was like "Ugh, stop."but then there were times where I was all "Yay!"Pros:Strengthened my belief. Made me see the role that this benevolent God plays in [...]

    Laura Pearl
    Cheryl Dickow's "Elizabeth, a Holy Land Pilgrimage" is a sweet, entertaining, and inspiring alternative to all those trashy R-rated romance novels targeted at women. Dickow is a well-known Catholic non-fiction writer, and this is her first novel. It is a refreshing book because it deals with a familiar topic--a woman hits middle age and wonders if her life has meaning anymore, wonders if her marriage has gotten so stale that she should just give up on it--but handles it in a whole different way [...]

    Nancy Belanger
    Good, Catholic fiction of the modern era is not that easy to come by, so when I picked up Cheryl Dickow's Elizabeth: A Holy Land Pilgrimage, I was so excited to finally find a tale I could relate to. Elizabeth is fast approaching middle age like me (perhaps I'm already there!), and takes a solo trip away from her husband and teenaged kids. Her two-week spiritual respite is in Israel, where Elizabeth discovers more about the Jewish roots of Catholicism. Readers will be drawn in to the story of th [...]

    Valerie Giggie
    This is a wonderful book! After buying copies for myself and my mother, I then also gave them to all my sisters and sisters-in-law. This book really spoke to me as a wife and mother. The title character struggles with her identity, her marriage, and her motherhood. Her pilgrimage to the Holy Land leads her and the reader to introspection. Each chapter begins with a thought-provoking citation from the Book of Psalms.At the same time, the book is simply an enjoyable read. I felt as though I accomp [...]

    Kathleen Yohanna
    I enjoyed "Elizabeth, A Holy Land Pilgrimage" by Cheryl Dickow very much. As a volunteer teacher of religion in my church it is not often that I find acceptable books about Christians and their root in the Holy Land. I will pass this book to my sister who also teaches religion in a different state.Thank you to and Cheryl Dickow. I received this book for free through the First Read Program.

    Moop
    This was a good and short book about a woman, Elizabeth, having a difficult time in her marriage takes a trip to the Holy Land to refresh and renew herself. Very interesting reading about the different things in the Holy Land. Kind of felt like I was there. Good book and Elizabeth's Spirits were renewed on her trip!

    JillM Caldwell
    Good overview of some Jewish customs and some aspects of Messianic Christianity. The book is wordy in parts and a little dramatic in other parts. I thought the marriage issue was never developed, and maybe not necessary. It's a quick and light read if you are planning a trip to Israel.

    Beveanne
    this book has renewed my dream of seeing the holy land before I die. but if I don't make it at least I feel like I got to visit for a moment through authoresss Cheryl dickows imagination of Elizabeth's eyes.

    Sarah
    I could not put this book down and was sad to see it come to an end. This author is also a non-fiction writer but I think she found her nitch in fiction. I read this book twice and the second time around was even more in love with the story and characters.

    Alison
    kindle 244 christian fiction now cheryl dickow

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