Who Do I Lean On? (Google eBook)

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Thomas Nelson Inc, Jun 15, 2010 - Fiction - 400 pages
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You can only walk forward when you learn how to lean.

Just months after her husband threw her out of their penthouse and sent their two sons away, Gabrielle Fairbanks is finally getting back on her feet. She has a job she loves at the homeless shelter, an apartment for her and the boys, caring friends, and even a new love interest. Best of all, an unexpected windfall has given her a brand-new dream--a House of Hope for homeless mothers and their children.

Piece by piece, Gabby's new life is coming together--but the old one keeps dragging her back. First her husband Philip hints at a reconciliation...then hits her up for a loan to pay his gambling debts. And when Gabby tells him no, he makes a desperate move that puts them all in harm's way. How can she even think of embarking on a new venture when so much is up in the air?

Gabby is realizing that she needs something far greater than her own strength or even that of her friends. That to move forward, she must first lean on the only One who knows what the future holds.

  

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Review: Who Do I Lean On? (Yada Yada House of Hope #3)

User Review  - Sheila - Goodreads

I love this series I'm sad the next book is the last I'd love it to continue but I know it all has to have an ending. It has really opened me up to my walk with God and has me questioning myself as to how I am spiritually. Great series good characters wonderful stories Read full review

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User Review  - Mary - Goodreads

interesting, well done Read full review

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Dave and Neta Jackson are an award-winning husband-andwife writing team, the authors or coauthors of more than a hundred books. They are most well-known for the Trailblazers, a forty-book series of historical fiction about great Christian heroes for young readers (with sales topping 1.7 million), and Neta's popular Yada Yada Prayer Group novels for women. The Jacksons make their home in the Chicago metropolitan area, where they are active in cross-cultural ministry and enjoy their grandchildren.

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