Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Saving Savannah

I'm so excited to be a part of the blog tour for Saving Savannah because I have a huge soft spot for Christmas stories full of heart and messages of Christ. 

With the hustle and bustle of the holiday season, we often don’t make time to read. That’s why this small booklet, Saving Savannah, is such a great gift – for yourself or a friend.

This sweet story of a man pushed to the brink of spiritual blackness finds renewed strength through the Light of the World. With his innocent little girl leading the way, Devan struggles through his bitterness and into a Christmas Eve program where he experiences his own Christmas miracle.

I enjoyed this short Christmas story. I've long-since been a believer that more miracles happen at Christmas than any other time of year because our hearts are softened as we look for ways to make our family and friends’ faces light up with joy. It’s the one time of year when we are more worried about other people than we are about ourselves. If you find yourself in short supply of Christmas spirit, or love to be reminded of the goodness inside us all, take a little break and read Saving Savannah

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