This is a blog for the Durango 2nd Ward Book Club.  Anyone can be in the club and anyone can post comments.  With our busy lives, we decided to try a virtual book club meeting here in the blogosphere!  Thanks for coming.

Please post any comments, questions, thoughts, or insights you may have on the books here.  Michelle Gilleland has chosen the books up to this point, but she welcomes any ideas on future picks.  She has posted a little bit about each book and maybe why it was chosen.  Have anything to add? Share your thoughts!





Monday, May 5, 2008

Covenant Hearts --Bruce Hafen


This is our book for May/June/July of 2008. Enjoy! See Description Here

Have you read the book are are you reading it? What do you like about it? Dislike about it? Is it a book worth reading? Is it a good message? Do you think it helped you look at marriage differently? If so, how?

6 comments:

Deb Phillips said...

good day michelle i am leaving my comment again to say thank you for all you work on getting us these books it is truly apprecitated. Let me know when you have the books in and also i need help on the quilt project. I will get hold of you soon

Jen said...

thanks Sis Gilleland for introducing the book club to us it's been fun!!

Deb Phillips said...

opps please put me down for a book when you do order them for got to mention that :) thanks

Audrey said...

Hi Michelle, You are so good! Thanks for doing all this. I loved the last book and can't wait for this one. Oh and the book Twilight. Very good. :)

Audrey said...

Oops, forgot, can I preorder the next book too. Thanks

Michelle Gilleland said...

I enjoyed this book overall except i did find it slow in the beginning. It definately has a textbook type feel which I don't mind. I can truly say that it strengthened my testimony of the importance of marriage in our culture. He gives such good reasoning about why all people in our culture should do all they can to support marriage. It is so contrary to the way our society is moving as a whole. I am grateful for the Proclamation on the Family. This book is worth reading.