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Reviewed by Darin Godby for Readers' Favorite
F.A.I.T.H. Finding Answers In The Heart is a soul searching book written by all types of various individuals with different beliefs and viewpoints (Nanette Littlestone et al.). While I don’t personally agree with many of the writers and their personal views, I do find it healthy to explore what others around you believe and receive into their life. Many people haven’t been raised with a healthy view of God, therefore they look to light, energy, and positive experiences for their source of strength. This book endeavors to deal with all types of views and gives expressions of those in a very well written manner. This isn’t from one author's view, but rather from twelve different individuals and what their beliefs and views have taught them - both in the past as well as the present.
I personally related to a few of the authors more than all of them. One of the stories that I enjoyed reading was “Freedom Through Detachment” by Michelle Mechem. This was a story that I feel many could relate to and was practical in nature as to how to overcome difficulty in life and how to move forward. The other stories may lean more away from my personal beliefs, but that doesn’t mean a story isn’t enjoyable or is something that can’t be learned from. The exciting part is that the various writers give a view of truly what is found belief wise around the world. None of us believe the same and this allows the reader to explore and be stretched.