Book Review: Call of a Coward by Marsha Moston

The latest book I have read is Call of a Coward by Marsha Moston. 


I was initially intrigued by this book because it is about how process the author goes through when her family moves to Guatemala as full-time missionaries.  The author shares stories of the time leading up to the move, getting acclimated to her new surroundings and culture, and the changes and transitions God brings her through (as well as her family).  She shares stories and insights about how God uses this experience to draw her closer to Him, and how He changes her heart.  While it was a good read, I wouldn’t say it was the best book I have ever read.  I found it interesting to hear about the stories and experiences, but there was just something missing.  I would recommend it, but it’s not on my top list of great reads.

BookSneeze® has provided me with a complimentary copy of this book.

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