reviewed by Deborah Dunson.
"I'm not sure of how to describe Answering Sarah. The story is not so much about Sarah as it is about Pastor Mark and how a man of God should minister to his community. It was beautiful to see Pastor Mark living out the scriptures and encouraging his community to do the same. The story showed you there is a perfect balance between love and correction. And that you need to really spend time with the people in your community, that you need to spend time studying the word of God and that you should lean,depend and trust God with everything.
There were certain scenes with Peter, Fred and the Bentons that were very profound. And the lesson on the Urim and Thummim was exceptional. Some would say Answering Sarah is too preachy, but I found it to be a beautiful lesson. Anytime a Christian book makes you examine if you are really loving your enemies, loving your neighbors, putting real time in with God and ministering to those outside of the four walls of the chrurch, it is a first-rate novel and everyone needs to get a copy."