Karen Kingsbury's daughter and her husband, Kyle share their story and advice for young singles in The Chase.
This was a pleasant read, nice and done is a quick paced conversational tone. I can't really say that I read anything new in it that radically changed my views, as I would guess that if I were to sit down with the authors we would find much to agree about. It seemed to be a book directed towards teens and possibly young 20's, and directed at young singles, and teens.
Overall, an enjoyable read, that I would recommend more towards 12-17 year olds. A great book, about becoming the one, by seeking God before all else. I guess the one thing for me, that made the connection tough was the focus on waiting for the eventual "one" and "happily ever after" which is great, but some people may never marry, and that's OK too. I wish there had been more of a focus on that, alongside everything else, though I can see where that likely was not the purpose of the book.
I liked reading about how Kelsey and Kyle met, telling stories of their childhood, and their friends to whom I could very easily compare similar situations to. I liked how they talked about the importance of staying true to your faith and beliefs, even when they are unpopular. A nice encouraging read.
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