Reunion In Dit Slot Van De Serie Over Het Gezin Baxter Draait Alles Om Een Familiere Nie Bijna Iedereen Heeft Wel Iets Te Vieren Maar Het Geluk Wordt Overschaduwd Door N Hartverscheurend Bericht Terwijl Langzaam Doordringt Welke Zware Tijd Voor Hen Ligt, Moet Ieder Voor Zichzelf Bepalen Wat Echt Belangrijk Is In Het Leven Te Midden Hiervan Worstelen John En Elizabeth Met Een Geheim Dat Ze Nooit Eerder Met Iemand Hebben Gedeeld Is Er Een Uitweg Uit Deze Diepe Dalen

Karen Kingsbury, 1 New York Times bestselling novelist, is America s favorite inspirational storyteller, with than twenty five million copies of her award winning books in print Her last dozen titles have topped bestseller lists and many of her novels are under development with Hallmark Films and as major motion pictures Her Baxter Family books are being developed into a TV series slated f

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  • Paperback
  • 431 pages
  • Reunion
  • Karen Kingsbury
  • Dutch
  • 10 July 2019
  • 9789029795869

10 thoughts on “Reunion

  1. says:

    The Redemtpion series is wonderful There are so many true to life examples in them that they could touch and change anyone s lives I can t capture everything I feel about this series in mere words If I could put words on what my heart has read and is now digesting, it still wouldn t be sufficient.Even if you don t think you are a Karen Kingsbury fan, please reconsider this one time and read this series.I can t wait to go on to the Firstborn series and get food for my soul.

  2. says:

    My library had only two of the five books of this series Remember and Reunion Remember wasn t so hot, but Reunion was better This series seriously overemphasizes the importance of physical beauty, which struck me as sadly superficial to be so hung up on surface values I was ambivalence about this book Much in the story felt soapish, juvenile, and often contrived and unrealistic Her adult characters are ridiculously immature, and I was repelled by adult Christians responding hysterically and rather meanly to some difficulty, with the maturity of a 13 year old Personally, I haven t noticed that the Christians in real life respond histrionically to problems actually quite the opposite, but Kingsbury characters do way too much emotional over reacting and not nearly enough pro active thinking and doing just deal with it like other adult humans do However, when the characters finally do get around to seeking answers in prayer, Scripture, and counseling and start to think and communicate, some actual maturity and biblical insights emerge they just take so long to get there On the plus side the Bible lessons she works into the solutions to her problems are right on once she finally gets around to them If I ever read any other Kingsbury books I will have learned the necessity of skimming over the juvenile hysterical junk and seek out the meat of the scriptural life lesson.

  3. says:

    This book broke me It was amazing and beautiful and i cant wait for the greatest reunion of my own Baxter family drama ranking1 Redemption 2 Reunion3 Rejoice 4 Return5 Remember

  4. says:

    This is the fifth book in the series, but I have a feeling that it is not the end of Baxter family saga Each book in the series focuses on a different sibling and their problems, but none of the books is really a stand alone tale The story threads seem to continue into the following books In this final book, the matriarch of the family is tragically ill, and how she and the family cope with her sickness is the crux of the novel But there is a secondary story of a secret that the parents have been keeping from their children This series has an overall feel of a Christian soap opera, if there is such a thing, with all the overwhelming emotions and strong Christian preachiness, but not very compelling writing The plots are predictable for the most part and as well as trite, and I m not sure, but it seems like the characters never do anything and I mean ANYTHING without praying about it and TELLING you they are praying about it This series is heavy handed in its witnessing but missed the mark as well written inspirational Christian fiction.

  5. says:

    I started the Redemption series of the Baxter Family Drama March 4 I love everything about this series I am a new convert to the Karen Kingsbury fan club, and I can t believe it took me this long to hop on board The series plays out like a faith based soap opera, each book centering around a different Baxter, while intertwining the stories of the others within I read most of these as e editions, but am working toward purchasing copies for my personal library This a series I will revisit many times over the years I love the writing style, the realness of this series Being a follower of Christ doesn t save us from heartache It doesn t mean life is sunshine, roses, and rainbows When our faith falters we are always welcome back, redemption waiting Even though we aren t saved from heartache, we never have to go through it alone That is portrayed so beautifully through this series.

  6. says:

    I really enjoyed this series It is the first set of books I have read by Karen Kingsbury.Getting to know the Baxter family was entertaining and inspirational than I thought it would be when I had started the first book I am sure to read by this Christian author.

  7. says:

    Loved this book It touched my heart There were many biblical principles and reminders of God s redemption, faithfulness, and His future plans for our lives

  8. says:

    In this book all of the Baxter children return for a dinner It had been awhile since all of them had been together in one setting They are finally happy when they find out that their mother has cancer She will not be able to fight it off As they wait for a miracle, we see that they had a big secret They had had a child before marriage, but had given him up for adoption because they were too young He is a famous actor, but cannot find his biological parents He has tried many times, but always gets dead ended Finally, he learns that his mother has cancer and does not have long to live He goes to see her, and sees her right before she dies Her last wish was to see him before she died John, his father, goes in to check on her and she tries to explain that she had seen him He automatically thinks it is the cancer spreading throughout her body This book reminds me of how the love of a family can conquer anything All of the children set aside their own personal feelings when they found out their mother was severely sick They had a great unity in the end, and it was definitely breath taking.

  9. says:

    I loved getting an insight into the lives of John and Elizabeth Baxter, the mother and father of the Baxter family i have come to know and love through reading all the Baxter family books The previous books opened a window into each of their children s lives, so I really enjoyed finding out how the couple met, the troubles and trials they went through initially and how the Baxter family first got started I don t want to give too much away about the story line but this was THE most touching of the series, contained the most miracles and really emphasized and highlighted what it truly means to have a relationship with God and to know Him as your Heavenly Father Elizabeth s character especially touched my heart her quiet, gentle and maternal spirit Beautiful and inspiring This whole series managed to show what true faith really is and I can see these books touching many hearts for God and showing the difference between Love and religion

  10. says:

    I fell in love with the Baxter family from book 1 so obviously I m gonna love it Yes, so the books are a bit predictable, but who cares The message is so strong and it s so nice to see scripture in a fiction book, so you see it s not all fiction, because we know God is real

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