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Trees Tall as Mountains For eight years Rachel Devenish Ford has been writing about her not quite normal life at her blog Journey Mama telling stories about her days with characteristic honesty and humor Now for the first

  • Title: Trees Tall as Mountains
  • Author: Rachel Devenish Ford
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  • Page: 272
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • For eight years Rachel Devenish Ford has been writing about her not quite normal life at her blog, Journey Mama, telling stories about her days with characteristic honesty and humor Now for the first time, this writing is captured in book format in the Journey Mama Writings Series In Trees Tall as Mountains, Rachel writes about her life of volunteering in an intentionalFor eight years Rachel Devenish Ford has been writing about her not quite normal life at her blog, Journey Mama, telling stories about her days with characteristic honesty and humor Now for the first time, this writing is captured in book format in the Journey Mama Writings Series In Trees Tall as Mountains, Rachel writes about her life of volunteering in an intentional community in the woods of Northern California with her Superstar Husband and three young children, cultivating joy and her faith in God despite a continuing fight with anxiety and very simple means She is candid and hopeful, intimate and humorous Because Rachel s explorations of faith are not trite or churchy, her writing is beloved by believer and non believer alike Her bright, honest words make strangers into friends, and Rachel s attempts to truly understand the love of God radiate hope to others who are searching for him in the sometimes dark, sometimes beautiful world.

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    1. Maureen on said:

      Really liked the honesty of this book. Rachel's very soul is laid bare for all to read.She writes with clarity about her anxiety and the struggles she has as a young mum. Some of the prose is quite beautiful and deeply moving. Look forward to reading more about Rachel, her family, and their travels.

    2. Denise on said:

      A very endearing account of Rachel Devenish Ford's early family experiences from her Journey Mama blog. Make no mistake, this is a book of blog entries covering three years. If you think you wouldn't like reading something like this, you may be tempted to skip this, but I challenge you to to be brave and give it a try. Stay with it.I had my doubtsI have been disappointed in other books based on blogs (even ones that received great praise and popularity) and so, yes, I was leery.I read this diffe [...]

    3. Deborah Gowan on said:

      I really enjoyed this book! I've been reading Rae's blog for a few years now and had pieced together a bit of the history on how she and her family ended up living in Asia, but it was really neat to go back several years (to 2005) and hear her story from the beginning of her blog. I feel like I have a deeper understanding of Rae as a person. She is candidly honest about her anxiety and the struggles of being the young Mother of two (then three) small children. My two boys were born one year apar [...]

    4. Colleen Ray on said:

      Well written and edited, but i just couldn't connect with this book. If you're looking for spirit- based, back to nature writing, you'll most likely enjoy this book. I'd suggest looking at the author's blog before purchasing this one, as that will give you a pretty good idea of her writing style and subjects.

    5. Nikki on said:

      well I tried. 6% in I just have no interest in reading this. oh well.

    6. Nadele Bertus on said:

      Blog inspiration Each time I close a book I feel as if I am parting with a friend. Rachel refreshingly tells all. Her joys, her sorrows, and her triumphs with God at her side working with and through her at each step. It was a great read and I can relate to her writing style. I broke it down into digestible bite sized pieces and would read it when I needed to get into writers mode.

    7. Susanne on said:

      Great journeyI enjoyed journeying with Rae. Reading about her littles reminded me of when mine were miss that newness, but there's newness at any age He makes all things New.

    8. Kimberly on said:

      Good book to read for any woman who has a husband and kids. Not for me; I read about 1/2 the book before I felt like I was wasting my time trying to finish a book because I started it.

    9. Norah Peter on said:

      Amaizing book, fun , relatable and educational. Enjoy every bit of it. I will definitely read it again

    10. Cheryl Turtlemoon on said:

      I really didn’t enjoy this book, so I’ve stopped having read book 1. I felt it didn’t bring me joy, so rather than continue I’ve stopped there. I’m sure others like this, but not for me.

    11. Rachel on said:

      Intriguing, but self-focusedI'm not even sure what all of my thoughts are about this blog-turned-book. I'm not sure what I expected. It was clearly written as a means of Journaling her life. She is an artistic writer, but the life she lives isn't clear enough for me to know whether it's truly fascinating, or whether I just like her turn of a phrase.

    12. Audrey on said:

      A couple of my blogging friends recommended this book and so i decided to check it out. It was written by a woman who has done lots of travelling and moving around the world so that appealed to me. I was not disappointed. It is a series of blog posts when Rachel was living in community in California. It was a bit of an alternative lifestyle. The part that impressed me the most was Rachel's honesty. I felt reproved because i felt as if i lacked that virtue in my own life. It was refreshing and i [...]

    13. Dawne Baker on said:

      I enjoyed this book in many ways. First, I appreciated her candor concerning some of the depression issues experienced by the author. I also found myself drawn to the L'Abri-type setup of their community. Once we get past the part that we're supposed to be perfect people and are able to rest in the realization that we are loved because of Christ, there's a little less internal pressure and the focus can be moved to how great God is.

    14. Timber on said:

      I really enjoyed this blog-turned-into-book. I had never read anything from the Journey Mama blog before so this was all new to me. I related with the author *so* many times throughout the book & the 3 years time it covered. I felt like I finished this book as a good friend of the author, like we could sit & have a long conversation & it would be like old friends reuniting. Looking forward to reading more of her journey in the next 2 books and I've subscribed to her blog now!

    15. Rachel on said:

      I really appreciated this book. She writes so honestly about life's joys and struggles, including anxiety and depression, and turns to God for her stability. I love how she writes about motherhood and her kids--acknowleding in passing that it's hard and tiring but spending a lot more time on how good it is, how much she loves them.

    16. Desiree on said:

      Glad I read this. I didn't know what I was getting into. I loved it. At times I hated it, no not really. It is an inspiring book. At times the pitty parties and anxiety attacks irritated me but that's because I have the same issues. The Christianity could be much for some but as an agnostic it didn't bother me.

    17. Lucy on said:

      Interesting. A bit quirky. The writer's way of life is much different than my own, but that's why we read, right? To learn and enjoy and grow. I appreciate her enthusiasm and attempts to see the hope and good despite her own battles with depression and health issues.

    18. Emily on said:

      Interesting. I had never read the Journey Mama blog, but I liked the book a good bit. I have since checked out the blog, and I actually prefer the brevity of the book, except that I love the photos of the author and her family on the blog.

    19. Jessie on said:

      This book came at a time when I really needed it. So 5 stars it is! I find Rae's writings authentic and stirring. "Trees Tall As Mountains" is a collection of the Author's best blog posts from her blog @journeymama I found the book healing to my soul.

    20. Misti on said:

      I really like Rachel Ford and appreciated her honest writing style.

    21. Trina on said:

      Very relatable in the way of anxiety and depression and the joys and woes of rearing children. I actually laughed while reading this book and it inspired me to start keeping a journal!

    22. Annette Maclean on said:

      Love her honesty, the way she writes and shares her life, looking forward to following her blog.

    23. Darlene on said:

      Enjoyed her literary style in telling stories, but there is too much book. Sadly I lost interest.

    24. Claudia de Oliveira on said:

      An easy, funny and very honest book. I went on to check her online blog, especially the pictures. Her kids are gorgeous, and so is she and her Superstar Husband.

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