Life and Love

For Life & Love You Have To Know What You Are In Agreement With! The Identity for Life Teaching Series

Christian - Living
78 Pages
Reviewed on 11/04/2016
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Author Biography

Wanda L. Scott is a Leader who passionately pursues her abilities as a Speaker, Author, Educator and Consultant. She is compelled to reach out to others to encourage them in recognizing the power that is available to them in perfecting a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. She has a heart for people, and uses her gifts of writing, speaking and teaching to reach them where they are and encourage them in Christ. Wanda is known for her smiles, hugs, and her ability to turn a room full of tired, distracted people into an audience of encouraged and hopeful note-takers. Wherever she goes she is able to foster community and set an atmosphere of service and learning. Whether that is in her college classroom, at a conference speaking to thousands, teaching bible study, or leading a group to feed the homeless in her community, Wanda loves as she leads.
Wanda believes that ministry is woven into every area of her life….a life of relationships. Wanda enjoys educating others about God’s love and healing power, hoping that they would seek God in those areas and agree with His word to have a more abundant life. As Micah declares from the Lord in chapter 6 verse 8, we are to know what the Lord requires of us, which is to do justice, love mercy, and walk humbly before our God. Wanda knows this that these three remain, faith, hope and love, and the greatest of these is Love.
Wanda L. Scott is the author of A Lifetime of Relationships: Letter’s, Poems and Words of Love. Her 2nd book is called, “I” Can Relate: How Not to Lose Yourself in Relationships takes a candid look at how to have peace regardless of who you are in relationship with. Wanda’s 3rd and newest book Life and Love: For Life & Love You Have to know What you are in Agreement With was just released June 3, 2016.
Wanda L. Scott is a licensed and ordained preacher. Rev. Wanda L. Scott is a sought after Conference Speaker & Teacher. Wanda just stepped away from her position as an Asst. Professor at Nashville State Community College to pursue her passions fulltime. Wanda is a native of Nashville, TN. For more information on Wanda L. Scott, visit

    Book Review

Reviewed by Tshombye K. Ware for Readers' Favorite

Life and Love: For Life & Love You Have To Know What You Are In Agreement With! by Wanda L. Scott is a comprehensive Bible lesson devotional that centers around understanding our identity in Christ. The book starts off with a foundation of defining our place in God. As I read it, my mind went to the scripture in the Book of Jeremiah 29:11: 'For I know that thoughts that I think toward you, saith the LORD, thought of peace, and not of evil...' This scripture speaks of and backs up what the author establishes in the first chapter, as she brings readers to a place of security in their identity. This devotional reads like a Bible study interaction lesson. The author has placed questions to help readers grasp the discussed knowledge and come to an understanding of where they are.

The overall feel of the book is four square: doctrine, encouragement, knowledge, and practical wisdom. You can tell the author has a close relationship with God. When someone writes a book to help others with their Christian identity, it takes a level of commitment - to God, readers, and self. Author Wanda L. Scott's book displays all of those elements without broadcasting. The Agreement declarations and questions are much appreciated because it will help the transition from being a hearer to being a doer. This is one of those books that needs to be taught at Bible studies and Bible seminars to ensure the Body of Christ will live a more productive life as they display the glory of Christ unto the world.