Falling Into Grace by Michelle Stimpson
By Sharel Gordon-Love • Jul 9th, 2012 • Category: Book Review 2012 • Email This Post
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Camille Robertson had it all, and seemingly lost it just as fast. Having once been part of a singing group that was known worldwide, she found herself reduced to a sedentary job just barely making it, experiencing things she thought she never would in Author Michelle Stimpson’s Falling into Grace.
Living her life far from how her mother raised her, Camille knew she had the talent to move forward on her own, but finding an agent without any money was not going to be easy. She decided to do what she had been doing a lot of lately, and that was to lie her way through.
At the insistence of her new agent, Camille had to join a church and become a part of their choir or praise team and produce a demo. But after checking out some churches, and finding one a bust, Camille landed at Grace Chapel with an opportunity to sing with the choir. At first she thought she would be able to impress the minister of music, but soon found out that she would have to do as everyone else, and that was to follow the rules.
In spite of Camille’s intentions, she found that she had fallen in love with not only the choir ministry at Grace Chapel, but the teen ministry and a particular minister of music and allowed herself to believe that just maybe her life would change for the better. But what about the deceit Camille laid out in order to realize her dreams? Will they undo everything she came to love, or will God’s grace be sufficient for her and mend other areas in her life at the same time?
I enjoyed reading Falling into Grace because it is a story of encouragement. I recommend this book to anyone who enjoys stories of redemption and restoration.
This book was provided to me courtesy of the publisher for review purposes.
Review by Sharel E. Gordon-Love
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Sharel Gordon-Love is a single mother of three grown sons and one adoptive daughter, and the author of When He Calls, a Christian Fiction novel. An avid reader since the age of five, Sharel has a passion for the written word and what can be done with it. Sharel finds a way to share the written word through children and women's ministries; she is a licensed Evangelist Missionary in the Church of God in Christ.
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