Oh, this book is fun!
When faced with the possibility of prison for a technicality she was unaware of, successful businesswoman Brenda Spahn's eyes were opened wide to the hopeless cycle of incarceration for women. She sees the despair of new parolees as they are sent back to the exact environments they came from without any hope for change; Brenda decides do jump in and do something out of gratefulness to God for reversing her own prison situation.
Brenda is a rich lady. Rich, rich. While it is super heartwarming and movie-like to read the account of seven ex-cons living with an extremely wealthy woman, the heart of the story is clear: get involved. It's so easy to throw money at a situation rather than sacrificially giving oneself.
This is the story of a woman who embraced the unlovable at great personal cost, and her courage moves you to reach out of your comfort zone. Whether it's taking newly released women shopping for undergarments at Walmart or bringing chocolate covered strawberries to prisoners, you will be motivated by all of the practical ways to speak life and Christ into those around you.
Disclaimer: Blogging for Books provided this book to me for free in exchange for an honest review.