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August 01, 2007

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relevantgirl

Done! Check out www.relevantblog.blogspot.com

DLE

Very nice.

I think your book captures many of the same ideas I've been ruminating on for the last few years. I pray it gets the readership it deserves.

Blessings.

lisa

Thanks Mary and Dan!

Heidi Renee

I am so excited for the two of you! Congratulations! Can't wait to read it!

Dianne

Sweet. And I would think there's something extra special about a book co-authored with your husband. I can't wait to read this and I was excited to learn the pastor of the church I've been attending is reading it as well.

Valerie

Congrats you two!

Pam Halter

Congrats, Lisa! I'm looking foward to reading it.

As an aside: did you read Alton Gansky's blog on July 13st? It's something you'd be interested in, I think.

Pam Halter

Ack! Make that July 31st. I switched the numbers.

Nathan Hov

Hey Lisa there seems to be a movement going on surrounding your books topic I've seen your new book floating around but it wasn't until I caught your blog on mairs site http://ragamuffindiva.blogspot.com/ that I thought more about it. It looks like a great read. Your spot on youtube addresses some issues that are great questions like why did you hear about these issues in church? I have asked the same questions. I will need to buy a copy now. Thanks

Nathan Hov

Hey Lisa there seems to be a movement going on surrounding your books topic I've seen your new book floating around but it wasn't until I caught your blog on mairs site http://ragamuffindiva.blogspot.com/ that I thought more about it. It looks like a great read. Your spot on youtube addresses some issues that are great questions like why did you hear about these issues in church? I have asked the same questions. I will need to buy a copy now. Thanks

Keri Wyatt Kent

Lisa,
Hey, I just posted a review of Justice on amazon.
Amazing book, wow. Great encouragement for a missional suburbanite like me! Thanks for sharing your gifts and your life with all of us.
Keri

Jessica

Lisa,
Did you know this is already on backorder at CBD? I am planning a ladies retreat centered around Micah 6:8, and I am looking forward to expanding my understanding of living justly through your insight.

Sue @ praise and coffee

I love this! I feel like I've gotten to "meet" you now.
Sounds like an awesome book, I have to check it out.
It is a subject near and dear to me.
I believe Jesus would be handling this world much differently than the way most of the "church" is these days.

Keep up the great work,
Sue

Dan Morehead

I'm encouraged by this. Hopefully I'll get a chance to look at it at some point.

Deena @ The Bookshelf

My review is here:
http://deenasbooks.blogspot.com/2007/10/justice-in-burbs-by-will-and-lisa.html

And I'd LOVE a copy of "Embrace Me" to review:-)

Robin

Lisa,

I've just started this book! I love it... You are speaking to my heart and where my heart has been struggling. I'm only on chapter two, but I already wrote a semi review of the book for my blog because I don't want to wait to tell others about the book.

http://www.robinsreadingroom.blogspot.com

Thanks so much for work and your passion!

Robin

Robin

Lisa,

I finished the book and I LOVE it! Such great challenges to God's people. I borrowed the book from our public library and was wondering if you have the discussion questions anywhere on line that I could use.

I read somewhere and I'm not sure where now, but I'd like the info that is available to share with churches to encourage a group study.

I believe you have my email from this post if not you can leave a message on my blog at www.robinsreadingroom.blogspot.com on the entry about Justice in the Burbs.

Thanks!

Robin

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