I really enjoyed reading Coffee Cake Days. I knew from the moment I started the story, that I was in good hands. Wow. The atmosphere it gave, with all the annoying siblings being homschooled, felt so real. So realistic. And poor Meg. Can’t we all relate? I loved the way it portrayed her. She was so…understandable. She was so wrapped up in being a servant to God, that she didn’t realize how to do it. The message was incredible, strong, and unforgettable. Simple as it sounds, making coffee cake for breakfast held a remarkable change to Meg and her family. She understood what the Holy Spirit had been trying to tell her. She found a balance with her Bible reading. And she found the beauty in serving others—even when it demands sacrifice from yourself.
Beautiful story! Well written! Vivid, heart-warming characters that can easily relate to ourselves—and a message that I’m sure we all need reminded of: Withhold not good from them to whom it is due, when it is in the power of thine hand to do it. ~ Proverbs 3: 27
So about breakfast…
Anyone for coffee cake?
Amanda Tero, the author of Coffee Cake Days.