Thursday, June 27, 2013
Undaunted by Christine Caine
Author and spiritual leader, Christine Caine shares her personal story about being unwanted, unnamed, and abused. Hearing from God, and following His callings, she has been inspired to help others, with a particular desire to stop human trafficking, around the world. Christine and her husband Nick started an organization, called “A21” that serves to rescue those trapped in human trafficking.
Christine shares the brutality and reality about human trafficking. She shares with the reader her trip to the Nazi concentration camps and how that affected her. Her overall message is to help others. Do whatever you can do, no matter how small you may think it is.
Of course, she references many biblical scriptures that have spoken to her throughout her journey in life. And you will find little miracles, and God’s nudging within her story.
I enjoyed reading this, although I was not shocked by Christine’s story, as I already knew her personal story and have heard her preach. The details are real, but not too violent or shocking, so I do recommend reading; it just might open your eyes and your heart.
I received this book from Booksneeze.com in exchange for my honest review.